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In the Headlines & On the Blogs

  • 09/01/2015
    Sen. Beth Bye Backs DEEP's Plan to Euthanize "Problem" Bear
    Hartford Courant: State Sen. Beth Bye met with state wildlife officials on Tuesday and is backing the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection's decision to euthanize a bear that tangled with a woman walking on a trial at Sessions Woods last week.
  • 09/01/2015
    No More Shocking Utility Bills
    AARP-CT: “The state government has stepped in to say [these variable electric rates] are not fair and do not benefit all citizens, including seniors,” said Sen. Paul Doyle (D-Wethersfield), cochair of the General Assembly’s Energy and Technology Committee. “Some would say this is a radical move, but it’s not when you don’t have a choice whether to use or not use electricity. It’s a necessity. Every person needs electricity to live.”
  • 09/01/2015
    New Law Will Allow Beer Brewers To Sell At Farmers Markets In Norwalk
    Norwalk Daily Voice: Connecticut’s burgeoning small brewers will have a new way to promote their beer thanks to legislation shepherded into law by Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff (D-Norwalk/Darien).
  • 08/31/2015
    New Haven Public Schools welcome back 21,922 students for first day of school
    New Haven Register: “The smiles on the faces of these students and the outpouring of support from those who showed up today made this a lasting memory for these students,” Winfield said.
  • 08/27/2015
    Connecticut Says It Has Ended Chronic Homelessness for Veterans
    Hartford Courant: Earlier this year, activists counted 41 chronically homeless veterans living on Connecticut's streets. On Thursday, state and federal officials proclaimed that housing has now been found for all those troubled vets, calling it a landmark in the effort to help all veterans.
  • 08/26/2015
    At Hartford's King School, 'Beautiful' Support On First Day
    Hartford Courant: Six-year-old Jamar Nickson was ambling down the sidewalk to Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. School on Tuesday when he walked into a symbolic embrace that was unlike anything people in the neighborhood had ever seen.

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Car Tax Relief for Norwich

August 19, 2015 — Senator Osten visits Levine Distributing Company to discuss changes to Connecticut’s onerous motor vehicle tax system that will generate $8,000 in tax relief for the company in 2016.

Reopening the State Street Bridge

August 13, 2015 —Senate President Martin M. Looney celebrates the reopening of the State Street Bridge in New Haven.

Cleaning Up the English Station Site

August 5, 2015 —Senate President Martin M. Looney discusses the proposed merger of the United Illuminating Holdings Corporation with the Spanish energy conglomerate Iberdrola and its impact on the contaminated English Station power plant site.

CAREAct Helps Seniors Live Comfortably in Their Own Homes

August 7, 2015 —Senator Winfield visits the West Haven Senior Center to speak with seniors about the importance of the CARE Act signed into law by Governor Malloy early this summer.