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Cromwell & Portland

Letter to Editor: Repairing Infrastructure

Posted on May 1, 2018 by Greg MacKinnon


To the Editor,

There are only a few days remaining in the 2018 Session, and the majority party has yet to schedule a debate on the state budget and the projected $321 million deficit.  Long-term budget solutions that stabilize our economy must be implemented to address this shortfall rather than gimmicks, such as the re-creation of a tolling system on our state highways.

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Carpino Welcomes Special Olympics Connecticut to House of Representatives

Posted on April 26, 2018 by Greg MacKinnon


HARTFORD – State Representative Christie Carpino (Cromwell/Portland) welcomed athletes with Special Olympics Connecticut (SOCT) on Wednesday, April 25th. SOCT’s visiting representatives work as Global Messengers, advocating for the needs of individuals with intellectual or developmental disabilities who wish to compete in sporting events. During their time at the Capitol they spoke with members of both the House and Senate. Carpino also congratulated the organization on their 50th anniversary during the introduction. To view it, please click here, or on the image below.

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Carpino Named Vice Chair to School Safety Working Group

Posted on April 18, 2018 by Greg MacKinnon


HARTFORD – A bi-partisan School Safety Working Group convened its first meeting to study issues surrounding school safety on Wednesday, April 18. State Representative Christie Carpino (Cromwell/Portland) was named as Vice Chair to the group.

“Tragic events at home and across the country remind us that we need to stay vigilant when it comes to school security,” explained Carpino, who is also a parent of school-aged children. “We passed comprehensive legislation in 2013 that some school districts are failing to implement. It’s important to identify those failures, review national practices and create legislative recommendations to ensure the safety of our students and educators.”

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