Ending Abusive Debt Collecting Tactics

February 3, 2016

Debt collection companies in Connecticut are subjecting residents to deceptive and abusive collection tactics – sometimes for debts those consumers don’t even owe, according to a new analysis of two-years’ worth of consumer complaints made public through the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s online complaint database.

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Bridge Named in Honor of Middletown Soldier

January 7, 2016

It was my honor to join members of the Jewish War Veterans Post 51 and other local leaders in a ceremony to rename a route 9 bridge the Major General Maurice Rose Memorial Bridge.

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Women Much More Than A Constituency

December 14, 2015

Read the ‘Letter to the Editor’ that I submitted to the Hartford Courant.

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Talking Student Debt At National Panel

December 1, 2015

The Center for American Progress invited me to speak on a student debt panel at their event, “Exploring the Geography of Student Debt: How State and Municipalities Can Act.”

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