There Are 'Tremendous Opportunities'

September 30, 2016

Speakers at a Black and Puerto Rican Caucus forum organized by Rep. Bruce Morris, caucus chairman, and his legislative colleagues said tremendous opportunities exist for addressing the issues of equality in the way Connecticut distributes funding for education. "These are issues that we have been advocating and fighting for for a long time," Morris said.

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Rep. Tong Leads Forum On Gun Violence

September 26, 2016

Rep. William Tong joined lawmakers representing Stamford in stepping up the fight against a spate of gun-related incidents this year, urging immediate action while suggesting a number of crime-busting strategies of their own. “To confront gun violence in our city, we need to do this together,” Tong said. For more, read the Stamford Advocate.

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Godfrey Applauds Ruling on School Funding

September 7, 2016

Lauding a Superior Court judge's ruling Wednesday, Representative Bob Godfrey said too many education dollars have gone to rich towns in Connecticut, at the expense of students living in cities like Danbury. Godfrey is looking forward to leading the legislature in making changes to the way Connecticut funds education.

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Legislation On Retirement Saving, Pollinator Health, Human Trafficking Signed Into Law

August 30, 2016

Rep. Joe Gresko joins legislative colleagues at the State Capitol for Gov. Dannel Malloy's ceremonial signing of three bills into law. One of the new laws helps workers at private companies save for retirement. Another bill toughens the state's laws on human trafficking and the third one concerns pollinator health.

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