HB 6483 Passes in the House

May 18, 2021

The children of armed service members often face many challenges - many students frequently switch  schools due to a change in a parent's duty station.

Through HB 6483, CT removes a hurdle by allowing military orders to be accepted as proof of residency for public school enrollment. The bill also adopts "the Purple Star School Program," which will create military friendly schools in our state.

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HB 5377 Passes in the House

May 17, 2021

During today's session, the Connecticut House of Representatives voted in favor of H.B. 5377, An Act Concerning the Removal Of COVID-19 Related Layoffs From the Unemployment Compensation Experience Account.

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Vaccine Eligibility Expands to Ages 12-15

May 13, 2021

With summer just around the corner, Governor Lamont announced great news for the children and families of Connecticut. Connecticut residents ages 12 through 15 are now eligible to receive the Pfizer vaccine.

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Telehealth Bill Passes in House

May 5, 2021

The Connecticut House of Representatives was in session on Tuesday. My colleagues and I debated, discussed and passed several pieces of legislation throughout the night. I wanted highlight a couple that will benefit the community.

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City of Groton Receives Grant

April 16, 2021

The City of Groton has received a grant from the state of Connecticut, via the Connecticut Port Authority. The city will receive $75,000 to improve access to the Municipal Dock Study.

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Funeral Assistance Through FEMA

April 14, 2021

Over the past year, many families across our state and country have suffered the pain of losing a loved one due to COVID-19. In addition to dealing with their tragic loss, families were suddenly saddled with the high cost of funeral expenses.

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