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Rep. Rebimbas to be Opioid Forum Panelist

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State Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-70) announced she will be a panelist during an important discussion about the opioid crisis at the upcoming Connecticut Legal Conference in Hartford.

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Rep. Rebimbas to be Panelist at 2017 Portugal Economic Forum

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State Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-70) will be a featured panelist for the morning session of the upcoming New Dynamics in North Atlantic Relations discussion taking place during the 2017 Portugal Economic Forum in New York City.

The event, organized by AICEP Portugal Global, the Portuguese Trade and Investment Agency, in partnership with the Portugal-US Chamber of Commerce, will be held at the Harvard Club of New York, and features speakers from government, finance, international trade and tourism.

“I am honored to be included among such distinguished panelists and speakers and look forward to thoughtful discussions regarding government, politics, investment, tourism and innovation,” Rep. Rebimbas said. “By sharing ideas in an open, collaborative forum we can continue to help the partnership between our countries, and throughout the world, flourish.”

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Rep. Rebimbas to Host “Day of Portugal” at State Capitol

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A celebration of Portuguese history and culture in Connecticut

State Rep. Rosa C. Rebimbas (R-70) and Fernando G. Rosa, Director of the Portuguese-American Leadership Council of the United States (PALCUS) will be honoring Fernando Cordeiro, Fernando Rodrigues and Jose (Joe) Gouveia during the annual Day of Portugal ceremony at the State Capitol on Friday, June 9, 2017.

“Honoring members of the Portuguese-American community who devote substantial time, effort and resources to our state while also keeping our cultural heritage alive is a tradition I am proud to continue,” Rep. Rebimbas said. “The annual Day of Portugal event gets bigger and better every year and I welcome everyone to attend, honor these dedicated volunteers and experience the rich Portuguese culture, dancing and food.”

This year, Margarida Marques, Portugal Secretary of State for European Affairs, Ambassador Domingos Fezas Vital, Portugal Ambassador to the United States, Manuela Bairos, Consul General of Portugal in New York and the Tuna Academica da Faculdade de Medicina  da Universidade de Coimbra  (Portugal) choir, founded in 1888, will be on hand to celebrate.

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