Sine Die!

May 10, 2024

The end of session was a whirlwind of bills, emotions, and last-minute negotiations. We passed some really good bills. We saw some other great bills die on the Senate calendar (maybe a few on the House calendar, also). We fought. We compromised. We did our best to put the people of Connecticut first. And, I hope the majority of us did it because we believe in democracy, in public service, and in leading with love.

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We Are #AvonStrong, Climate, Coffee, And Conversation In Canton Saturday

April 24, 2024

This week, we were in session yesterday and today and will be in session tomorrow. Today, the House passed the Paid Sick Leave bill that has been worked on and compromised over for the last few years. Workers will have to earn their sick days based on how long they work for their employer. More details to come, but I wanted to make sure to mention it.

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Helping Those Impacted By Fire At Avon Place Apartments

April 22, 2024

As you may have heard, there was a terrible fire in Avon Place last night (apartment complex near the Reggio Magnet School). Thankfully, because of the quick actions of the Avon Volunteer Fire Department, none of the residents were hurt. Unfortunately, at least one firefighter was injured in the line of duty and I wish them a speedy recovery at the same time I am grateful for their heroism.

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