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Food Support for Qualifying Families

July 21, 2021

Last Friday, over 57,800 students enrolled in the free or reduced-price meals program received the last round of the Pandemic EBT funding. This Friday, over 218,500 qualifying families will receive additional emergency food benefits through SNAP. Please find more information below on these latest rounds of food support and how to access assistance.

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New Online Hub For Young Professionals

July 19, 2021
Connecticut is an excellent place to live and start a career. In addition to the state’s high quality education and healthcare systems, Connecticut also offers several different types of living spaces – there are rural areas, urban centers, and everything in between.
 
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Access Health Enrollment

July 19, 2021
If you are still in need of quality, affordable health care it is not too late to get a plan through Access Health Connecticut (AHCT), but time is running out. The American Rescue Plan Special Enrollment Period deadline ends August 15!
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Be Prepared for Hurricane Season

July 8, 2021

The long hurricane season began June 1st and is expected to be an active one. Connecticut has largely been spared from major hurricanes in recent years – for that we are thankful – but residents should always be prepared.

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Road Work In Norwich

June 21, 2021

There will be scheduled ramp closures for milling operations in Bozrah, Groton, Lebanon, and Norwich between 6:00 p.m. and 6:00 a.m. on Route 2 with Exit 23 closed June 24th, Exits 24 and 25 closed June 23rd, Exit 27 closed June 25th, and Exit 6 on I-395 closed June 26th.

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Passage Of The State Budget

June 11, 2021

The 2021 Regular Legislative Session has come to an end, and 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.

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