Town of Warren Tour Group Visits Capitol

Posted on April 8, 2024

HARTFORD – A tour group from the Town of Warren came to visit the Capitol recently. State Rep. Karen Reddington-Hughes (R-66) was on hand to welcome them to the Legislative Office Building at the beginning of their tour.

“It’s always uplifting to see friends and neighbors from the 66th District visiting our state Capitol. Civic engagement is critical to the democratic process and taking the time to visit your lawmakers and learn about the lawmaking process is important,” said Reddington-Hughes

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April is World Autism Month

Posted on April 2, 2024

April is World Autism Month. Join us in spreading awareness about Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), what resources are available, and to dismantle negative stigma that can be associated with it. Our caucus will continue to strive to craft policies, similar to P.A. 23-137 that eliminated wait lists for services and expanded autism Medicaid waivers, that promote a more inclusive society.

Resources available:

>>>DPH, Connecticut Collaborative to Improve Autism Services (Click Here)

>>>DSS, Autism Spectrum

Bethlehem’s Jared McCool Named Outstanding Young Farmer

Posted on March 21, 2024

PHOTO (from left to right): Amanda Fargo-Johnson, Agriculture Programs Director for the Connecticut Resource Conservation & Development Area, Jared McCool, Connecticut’s Outstanding Young Farmer award recipient, and State Representative Karen Reddington-Hughes (R-66).

 HARTFORD – Agriculture Day took place at the State Capitol on Wednesday, March 20, allowing Vo-Ag students from across the state to showcase their talents and have an opportunity to meet with state lawmakers. State Representative Karen

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