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Lawmakers advocate for the fair treatment of incarcerated women

March 29, 2018

Lawmakers advocated for the passage of Senate Bill 13 which would prevent the state from shackling incarcerated women during pregnancy or labor and would require incarcerated women to be provided with sufficient menstrual supplies.

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Legislature's approval of contract amendment will raise wages for personal care attendants

March 23, 2018

State Rep. Robyn Porter applauded the legislature's passage of a contract amendment that will raise wages, provide workers' compensation and increase funding for training and orientation programs for approximately 8,500 personal care attendants.

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Labor Committee passes earned leave, pay equity and fair wage bills

March 20, 2018

State Rep. Robyn Porter, chairwoman of the Labor and Public Employees Committee, applauded committee passage of several pieces of legislation that will help create economic security for workers, women and families across Connecticut.

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Porter featured in National Geographic's April issue

March 16, 2018

State Rep. Robyn Porter sat down with The Undefeated and National Geographic to share her experience of what it is like to be racially profiled during a traffic stop. Porter was featured in the magazine's April issue, which explores how race defines, separates and unites us all. The article puts a spotlight on what it's like to be racially profiled during a traffic stop, and the subtle and not so subtle effects such incidents have on families and communities that are already suffering from some degree of urban trauma.

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