There is no disagreement that many of our roads and bridges, as well as our entire transportation system, are in disrepair and outdated. Upgrading our aging transportation infrastructure is critical to our future economy, and a longstanding top priority of our business community.
Thursday, State Representative Susan Johnson spoke about the public health issues facing our state during the Progressive Caucus' "Love Note to CT" press conference.
For over a month, many federal employees have been reporting to work and performing their duties - without pay.
The government shutdown affects at least 1,500 Connecticut workers and they are struggling to pay their bills while they wait for their paychecks to resume.
I met with State Representative Linda Orange and State Senator Mae Flexer to discuss Windham's needs with members of the Town Council. I look forward to getting to work on these initiatives this session.
If you are in need of affordable health insurance coverage, there is still time.
The deadline for open enrollment for Access Health CT will end Tuesday, January 15, 2019. Coverage will begin February 2019.
Access Health CT is encouraging customers to evaluate their options so your insurance plan fits your unique medical needs as well as your budget. With new plan structures, you can find more savings and lower premiums than your current plan.
Merchants across Connecticut are getting ready for this year’s Small Business Saturday – a perfect time after Thanksgiving to shop for the holiday season while patronizing smaller stores in our own community and helping the local economy.