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Collaboration Among Our State’s Leaders Will Be Key to Reopening Connecticut

Posted on April 12, 2020 by admin


Back in mid-March, when Governor Lamont closed Connecticut’s public schools and limited restaurants to take out and delivery, it felt inconceivable that our state, and nation, would end up in the spot we find ourselves in today.

But four weeks and more than 300,000 unemployment claims later, Connecticut residents are dealing with the reality that schools and many more businesses will be closed until late May and, according to the governor, perhaps longer.

Governor Lamont said recently he found “glimmers

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Masks for Heroes CT Effort underway to Raise Money for Emergency Certified Equipment

Posted on April 6, 2020 by admin


HARTFORD – In an effort to raise awareness and money to buy emergency certified equipment, specifically masks, a statewide program has been launched.

The grassroots partnership with the Jewish Federation of Greater New Haven will distribute the Level 1, FDA approved masks to hospitals, first responders and other frontline emergency workers to combat the Covid-19 virus.

Roughly 500,000 of the masks have already been distributed throughout Connecticut, House Republican

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House Republicans Offer Initial COVID-19 Response Ideas to Governor

Posted on April 1, 2020 by admin

HARTFORD – The House Republican caucus today in a letter to Gov. Lamont offered proposals to provide immediate relief to struggling businesses, idle workers, families and taxpayers coping with the economic consequences of the ongoing health crisis – including breaks on overdue property taxes, for companies facing high unemployment insurance rates and those saddled with student debt.
The proposals could be enacted quickly through executive orders if Lamont chooses to do so and would not require any

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