House Sessions, April 17 and 18

Posted on April 19, 2024


HARTFORD – The House was in session on Wednesday, April 17, and Thursday, April 18. To review all of the legislation that was considered please click on the corresponding date and you will be provided with the House Journal.

One of the most important pieces of legislation that was acted upon this week was H.B. 5413, crafted to address dangerous “street takeovers.” This legislation does not represent a complete remedy to Connecticut’s crime issues, but it was a good step in the right direction to

Torrington Middle School Students Visit State Capitol

Posted on April 5, 2024


HARTFORD – On Friday, April 5th, Torrington Middle School students visited the State Capitol Complex as part of their civics unit. The students were able to tour the Legislative Office Building, where most of the legislature’s hearings and committee work takes place, as well as the State Capitol. The group visited the Senate Chamber, where they were greeted by State Rep. Jay Case and State Sen. Lisa Seminara. The group then went to the House Chamber where they were able to ask lawmakers basic questions

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