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Bipartisan Budget Passes House and Senate

October 26, 2017

This afternoon, a bipartisan state budget ending Connecticut's fiscal crisis and restoring millions of dollars of cuts for Groton and Ledyard, passed the House in a 126 to 23 vote.

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What I'm fighting for

October 25, 2017

During the 2017 regular legislative session, state Rep. Josh Elliott fought to build a more progressive future for Connecticut by advocating for legislation that implements new revenue and allows the state to remain competitive with the likes of Massachusetts and New York. 

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Bipartisan Budget Approved

October 16, 2017

This afternoon, a bipartisan state budget ending Connecticut's fiscal crisis and restoring millions of dollars of cuts for Groton and New London, passed the House in a 126 to 23 vote.

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Fighting to protect the Citizens' Election Program

October 11, 2017

The Citizens' Election Program was implemented to control special interest money and give more people the opportunity to run for elected office. While some legislators are seeking to repeal it under recent budget proposals, state Rep. Robyn Porter said the CEP should remain intact to keep big special interest money out of Connecticut's elections.

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