Rep. Porter To Meet With Constituents

November 1, 2019

Next week, I'll be hosting two "Roundtable with Robyn" events. This is an opportunity for you, my constituents, to let me know what matters to you. What issues do you want me to be working on? Which new laws are affecting your day to day life?

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Grand Opening For New Hamden Academy

September 4, 2019

Rep. Robyn Porter joined Gov. Ned Lamont, her legislative colleagues and other officials on Wednesday for the grand opening ceremony of Hamden High STEAM Academy, a collaborative initiative of Hamden Public Schools, Gateway Community College and the New Haven Manufacturing Association.

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Time To Apply For Internships At Capitol

September 2, 2019

The Connecticut General Assembly's internship program is now accepting applications! This is a great opportunity for college students from Hamden and New Haven interested in learning about our legislative process and enhancing their career choices.

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Minimum Wage Increase Signed Into Law

June 5, 2019

After fighting for years to increase Connecticut's minimum hourly wage, Representative Robyn Porter and her supporters watch Governor Ned Lamont sign her legislation into law in a ceremony at the State Capitol.

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House Passes Minimum Wage Hike Bill

May 8, 2019

We’ve been fighting for years to get the legislature to increase Connecticut’s hourly minimum wage and now we’re only one vote away from giving our workers a long-overdue pay raise. Today, after a 15-hour debate that began last night, the House of Representatives voted to approve legislation I introduced that raises the current $10.10 minimum wage over four and a half years to $15 an hour by June 1, 2023.

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Successful Coffee Hour And More To Come

May 3, 2019

I wanted to write a quick thank you to those of you who joined me yesterday morning at Fussy Coffee. We had great discussion around Connecticut's economy, paid family and medical leave, regulating marijuana, and other issues.

I am so thankful that my constituents are involved and informed. Democracy would not work without you!

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