Last week I joined my legislative colleagues to bring attention to the June 12th incident where an estimated 50,000 gallons of water and PFAS foam stored at the private Signature Flight hangar at Bradley Airport leaked into the Farmington River.
May offers an opportunity to thank, appreciate, and celebrate our mothers, but it can also give us the chance to ask ourselves if we are doing enough to support the health of mothers in our country.
The House took action approving a resolution that would include a ballot question to amend the State Constitution to allow for an in-person early voting system. Once the resolution gets final legislative approval, the question will appear on the November 2020 ballot for voters to decide if Connecticut should implement it.
Join state legislators and local leaders at the CT Historical Society for an event to support my proposed bill, HB 7082, An Act Concerning the Inclusion of African American Studies in the Public School Curriculum. In addition to networking and conversation, we will view the exhibit "Black Citizenship in the Age of Jim Crow."