Last week, Congress passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security Act, and it was signed into law by President Trump on Friday.
To help Connecticut residents understand the details of the bill and how it can potentially provide assistance during the COVID-19 crisis, Senator Chris Murphy's office has compiled a list of frequently asked questions. Addressed below are questions relating to direct payments and unemployment insurance.
For further information on the state's response to the coronavirus, visit ct.gov/coronavirus
A fellow state representative received a voice mail message I wanted to share and warn IS A SCAM! My colleague called the number for verification and was surprised how professional they seemed on the phone. He was almost ready to offer his credit card information when he suspected it did not make sense.
During a special session Wednesday I voted to approve an agreement between the State of Connecticut and the Connecticut Hospital Association, ending a dispute over tax and Medicaid reimbursement rates that has been hanging over us for the better part of a decade.
Here’s the truth: Connecticut is a great place to live, work, play, and raise a family. Data compiled by the Connecticut Economic Resource Center (CERC) shows Connecticut ranks high in many key categories related to quality of life, a highly skilled and highly trained workforce, business innovation, bioscience, education and recreation.
State Representatives Michelle Cook and Maria Horn, in conjunction with the National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD), co-hosted NW CT Rare Disease Awareness Night Thursday from 6 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., at the Sullivan Senior Center in Torrington.