Rep. Cummings on NPR’s Where We Live: Millennials Are Coming Into Power

Posted on February 25, 2020 by admin


Rep. Stephanie Cummings was a recent guest on NPR’s Where We Live with Lucy Nalpathanchil for a discussion of millennials in politics. The segment, titled: Millennials Are Coming Into Power” featured Rep. Cummings, Middletown Mayor Ben Florsheim and Time national political correspondent and author Charlotte Ayer. The discussion focused on the shift of political trends as the millennial generation comes to leadership positions in state and federal government, and how their ideals align or differ from

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Waterbury Rail Line Caucus Hosts Press Conference Calling for More Investment in the Line

Posted on February 24, 2020 by admin


Today, my colleagues from the bipartisan group of legislators who make up the Waterbury Rail Line (WRL) Caucus and I held a press conference calling for increased capacity on the line. Local elected officials, including Mayors O’Leary, of Waterbury, and Hess, of Naugatuck, joined us as we seek to unleash the incredible potential of the Naugatuck Valley and the surrounding communities once this line is upgraded.

Valentine’s Day Smiles at the Senior Center!

Posted on February 20, 2020 by admin


Valentine’s Day came to Waterbury in a big way with dozens of school children from Maloney and Rotella Magnet School making cards for seniors at the Waterbury Senior Center, Wolcott View and Meridian Manor.  Rep. Cummings organized the event to connect children with seniors to share their thoughts and appreciation during the Valentine’s Day holiday.    To the delight of the everyone in the room, Rep. Cummings distributed the cards during a special lunch at the senior center on February 13th.