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Legislature approves changes to Renters' Rebate Program and hospital tax

November 17, 2017

Following the legislature’s approval of technical revisions to the bipartisan budget passed last month, older and disabled renters are slated to receive their state refund checks under the Connecticut Renters’ Rebate Program.

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Bridgeport moves closer to becoming a national model for the reuse of waste heat

October 30, 2017

Under the bipartisan $41.3 billion state budget passed Oct. 26, a pilot program will be established for the development and construction of a combined heat and power facility that will provide waste heat for a thermal heating loop in downtown Bridgeport.

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If adopted, Republican budget would have devastating effects on Bridgeport

September 20, 2017

The Republicans' two-year budget is unbalanced, relies on unrealistic savings and contains significant cuts to higher education. Their spending package would also slash vital services and programs that our most vulnerable residents rely on. I stood in opposition to their budget proposal and voted "No" because not only does this spending plan hurt our most vulnerable residents, but it also contradicts Connecticut's fundamental values.

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New laws will help improve Connecticut's quality of life

July 12, 2017

Several new pieces of legislation that will help improve the quality of life in Connecticut went into effect Saturday, July 1.

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