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Debt-Free College for Connecticut Students

June 11, 2019

Connecticut has the third-highest accumulated student loan debt in the country and the financial burden that our college graduates must shoulder after growing up here is driving many of them to other states where housing and the cost of living is cheaper.

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New Liquor Laws for Connecticut

June 11, 2019

I supported legislation which passed with bipartisan support in the House and Senate regarding Connecticut’s rapidly growing craft beer, wine and cider industries. In just a few years short years these industries have grown from a few hundred jobs to several thousand and generate millions for the state economy.

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Stable, Responsible State Budget

June 5, 2019

The House passed a budget which is responsible, stable, and funds the Rainy Day Fund at historic levels.

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House Floor Comments On The Budget

June 4, 2019

A small percentage of the state budget goes to programs serving inner-city youths to keep them from getting involved in activities that may put them on the road to failure or worse. However, even though they have minimal impact on the budget, these programs are often the target for budget cuts. Here are my House Floor Comments related to the budget and these programs.

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