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Responsible Budget Getting Good Results

July 12, 2019

Our fiscally responsible budget is producing results. For the second time in four months, credit ratings agencies have upgraded the rating they use to determine the interest rates on our bonds. That means lower borrowing costs long-term.

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Essay Contest Writers Are Very Inspiring

June 11, 2019

I had a great time this morning speaking to students at Mansfield Middle School! Many wrote thoughtful essays for my essay challenge, and I was happy to award the most persuasive writers with congratulatory citations from the CT General Assembly!

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House Votes To Adopt State Water Plan

June 7, 2019

Water is our most precious natural resource and must be protected and preserved for future generations. Because in the past Connecticut has not had a cohesive policy, my colleagues and I in the House took a significant step to safeguard our water supply.

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Free Community College Education

May 7, 2019

I recently spoke with Kathleen Megan of the CT Mirror about Connecticut's possibility of offering free college tuition. This would greatly benefit our state, and I am excited about the possibility of it coming to fruition. The article she wrote sums up the issue.

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Helping Small Business With Healthcare

April 15, 2019

Our state’s small businesses are the backbone of our economy. They offer jobs, economic growth and highlight the best Connecticut has to offer. As your state representative, I believe we can do more to better support our small business owners and employees here in Connecticut.

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Mansfield Students Join Youth Climate Strike

March 16, 2019

Rep. Gregg Haddad praises Mansfield Middle School students who joined other youths around the globe to raise awareness of climate change. “Students are the most important constituency for this,” Haddad told them. “We understand that you’re going to be living in this world long after us and the decisions we’re making today will be very impactful on your lives.”

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