Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 17, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 16, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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Help for CT Federal Employees in Shutdown

January 16, 2019

The impact on federal employees from the prolonged government shutdown is increasingly affecting the livelihood of over 1,500 Connecticut residents and their families. Each additional day they work for no pay - child care, mortgages, food and car payments, to name a few, are falling behind and there is no indication for when paychecks will resume.

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First Proposed Bill

January 14, 2019

I have proposed a bill alongside Republican State Representative Fred Camillo of Greenwich, which seeks to require licenses for all estheticians, nail technicians, and eye lash technicians in the state. Currently, Connecticut is the only state in the nation to not have this requirement in place.

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