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Committee moves on cannabis

March 2, 2019

Cannabis bill passes in General Law Committee

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Making the case for legal, recreational marijuana

January 16, 2019

NewsChannel 8 did a report on Connecticut's move to legalize recreational marijuana.

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Mother's Advocacy Gets Results for Son

July 19, 2018

Fourteen-year-old Conrad Carter was being bullied at school over the appearance of his teeth, affecting the youngster’s self-confidence and self-esteem. In desperate need of orthodontic work, Conrad’s mother, Tara Hughes, reached out to D’Agostino after she learned her dental insurer would not cover the cost for braces.

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D'Agostino leads House passage of a bill that would increase the wages of 19,000 workers

May 2, 2018

State Rep. Mike D'Agostino led House passage of a bill that would increase the wages of thousands of workers who care for people with intellectual disabilities at private group homes and day programs statewide.

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