The Pledge of Allegience to open the House session on May 25, 2017
My legislative colleagues and I presented certificates of recognition to Danbury residents who've contributed so much to our city.
PJ Prunty, executive director of CityCenter Danbury, told lawmakers on the General Law Committee that he supports legislation allowing for the sale of alcoholic beverages from self-serve machines.
Rep. Arconti attended a bill signing ceremony for Public Act 13-239 which includes the Bioscience Innovation Fund that is part of the Connecticut Bioscience initiative - an investment that unlocks the potential of thousands of jobs in the biosciences field.
Danbury lawmakers Rep. David Arconti and Bob Godfrey met with a large group of young constituents for Early Childhood Advocacy Day at the State Capitol supporting full implementation of establishing the Office of Early Childhood, which will be charged with delivering invaluable services to young children across the state.
State Representative David Arconti joined Governor Malloy and colleagues at a bill signing ceremony of the genetically modified organisms (GMOs) labeling law that makes Connecticut the first state to enact labeling requirements for such food.
Danbury's legislative delegation secured $1.2 Million in funding for Healing Hearts at today's State's Bond Commission meeting.
Rep. David Arconti leading the House Chamber in the Pledge of Allegiance on May 23, 2013.