I’m running as fast as my feet will carry me this week as we are out of session, but very busy with committee meetings and public hearings. It’s wonderful to hear concepts new and old and to move forward on interesting new ideas and some old chestnuts revisited with compromises as a result of listening to experts and our constituents.
I am committed to enhancing the safety and quality of life for all residents, and I will continue to do so throughout this legislative session.
Trying out a little something different this week. Instead of a letter, here's a video for the start of session.
His time in the legislature may have been brief, but his impact was felt across the state and indeed, across the nation. When my colleagues and I attend conferences and legislators from around the U.S. find out we are from Connecticut, they invariably want to speak with us about Q.
This week we had a really good information hearing on Women’s Pain especially as it relates to gynecological procedures and I highly recommend a watch as we seek to see how we, as a legislature, may be able to assist our healthcare providers.
This week, I included some highlights and some upcoming events. There’s a free Internet Safety training for parents tomorrow that you may want to tune into.
Today, we will see people from all walks of life posting about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., sharing quotes photos, and portions of his speeches.
Sometimes I hear from constituents that they would like to engage more with the legislature while we are in session, and especially that they would like to know how they can “follow along.“ Now is the perfect time to share a few ways to help you become better acquainted with the CGA.