Carpino & Needleman Host Portland Community Conversation

Posted on August 13, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon


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PORTLAND – State Senator Norm Needleman and State Representative Christie Carpino hosted a Community Conversation at the Portland Public Library. The state legislators offered an opportunity to Portland residents to ask questions about the actions of the state legislature during the 2019 session and provided them with updates on multiple topics.

“It is important to listen to residents as they voice concerns, ask questions, and offer their own perspective on new laws.  The effect on local residents

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Legislative School Security Working Group Heralds Passage of Bill to Protect Students

Posted on May 29, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon


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HARTFORD – Christie Carpino (R-32), State Representatives JP Sredzinski (R-112)Carol Hall (R-59) and Dorinda Borer (D-115) put forth a legislative package as a result of the work of the legislature’s School Security Working Group. Last week, the bill was favorably acted upon by the House of Representatives.

“The conversation regarding school security continues to evolve and we must remain vigilant,” said Rep. Carpino. “Experts and community members across Connecticut shared their thoughts and experience

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Rep. Carpino’s Employment Expansion Legislation Approved by House

Posted on May 16, 2019 by Greg MacKinnon


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HARTFORD – State Representative Christie Carpino’s proposal to identify solutions to barriers for those with disabilities seeking employment passed the House of Representatives unanimously. Carpino introduced the concept earlier this session after speaking with constituents and advocates about the struggles those with physical and intellectual disabilities encounter when seeking gainful employment. Research confirmed that those with disabilities are woefully underrepresented in the workplace. The

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