Over the next few days Connecticut is expected to experience extreme temperatures that have prompted heat advisories from the National Weather Service through Wednesday. For immediate relief from the heat, dial 2-1-1 or click here to find a cooling center near you.
As we approach the end of our 2021 Regular Legislative Session, I couldn’t be prouder of the work we have been able to accomplish as we all learned new and unprecedented ways to stay connected with each of you. This session, we passed a $46.4 billion biennium budget with a $2.3 billion surplus that is strong on taxes, offers relief from the ravages of COVID-19, helps jumpstart our economy, and invests in our cities and towns, nonprofits and working families.
Yesterday, the House sent a powerful piece of legislation to the Governor’s desk. S.B. 1 declares that racism is a public health crisis in our state.
The House of Representatives passed legislation this week to make voting more accessible and convenient for Connecticut residents. HB 6205 expands eligibility for absentee voting in a common-sense way.
On this episode of Let's Talk About It, Willimantic Library Board of Directors Vice-Chair Barbara Wright and Willimantic Library Director of Youth Programs Francis McGrath join Dennis and me to discuss a new library service - library materials delivered via bike!
Connecticut Attorney General William Tong joined Dennis and me on this episode of "Let's Talk About It" to discuss holding Eversource and United Illuminating accountable for their failure to keep Connecticut residents safe during power outages.
Dawn Niles, President of the Windham Town Council, and Catina Caban-Owen, Windham Board of Education member and founder, director of the Windham Child Abuse Prevention Task Force, joined Dennis and I for this episode of "Let's Talk About It" where we discussed where people can get tested for COVID-19 or get their COVID-19 shot in Windham.