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Guidance Maintaining an Adequate Supply of Chronic Prescription Medication during the COVID-19 Pandemic

Posted on April 21, 2020 by jpheasant


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The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has been closely monitoring the medical supply chain in the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic, understanding that it may be impacted, potentially leading to supply disruptions or shortages.

The Department of Consumer Protection’s (DCP) Drug Control Division has been monitoring FDA actions, and cares deeply about the significant impact that this pandemic may have on patient care. The FDA and DCP are doing everything within their authority to help

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Resource Information for Coronavirus and Helpful Links

Posted on March 18, 2020 by jpheasant


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List of Emergency Orders Issued by Governor Lamont

To view the complete list of executive orders enacted by Governor Lamont, click here.

March 10, 2020: Declaration of Civil Preparedness and Public Health Emergencies

For a list of Emergency Orders from our State Agencies: Click Here

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The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) have created a series of informational tips and resources in order to; protect yourself and others,

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Capitol Update (2/24 – 2/28)

Posted on March 2, 2020 by jpheasant


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Meeting with Seniors
Over the past two weeks, I’ve met with seniors at Colebrook Village in Hebron and the Marlborough Senior Center to provide an update on the major bill proposals being brought to the various committees for a vote/public hearing and to discuss the issues most important to them. I have scheduled additional meetings with seniors from other towns throughout the 55th District over the next few weeks.

Colebrook Village

Marlborough Senior Center

Municipal Aid Bonding $$
On February

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Rep. Green Proposes Bill to Educate and Encourage Organ and Tissue Donation

Posted on February 20, 2020 by jpheasant


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HARTFORD – In order to promote the importance of organ and tissue donation by encouraging more people to donate, State Representative Robin Green (R-55) has proposed a bill that would seek to include this education among school curriculums across the state.

Per the proposal, school districts throughout Connecticut who aren’t currently participating in the program, would integrate the free 11-day Donate Life curriculum into their choice of Science, Math or Health related courses for students in Grade

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2019 YEAR IN REVIEW

Posted on January 6, 2020 by jpheasant


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Continued Fight against Tolls

  • While we can’t guarantee that there will or won’t be a toll vote in the future,  I can say with 100% certainty that I will not support any tolling plan regardless of the size.
  • If we truly want to improve our infrastructure, the legislature needs to be honest and stop diverting millions of dollars destined to fix our roads and bridges from the Special Transportation Fund ($171 million dollars in the majority party’s last budget) and then claim that we don’t have the

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Rep. Green Talks With Local Business Owner Breathing New Life Into Old Items

Posted on November 6, 2019 by jpheasant


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Photo: State Representative Robin Green stands alongside Wendy Kopp, Owner and Creator of the OverAndOver Barntique.

ANDOVERState Representative Robin Green (R-55) continued her districtwide efforts to meet and talk with small business owners throughout Andover, Bolton, Hebron, and Marlborough and highlight their positive impact on the local economy and the state.

Rep. Green recently visited Over AndOver Barntique in Andover who specializes in up-cycled and repurposed furniture, homegoods and

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Rep. Green Visits A Sweet Piece of Bolton History

Posted on October 31, 2019 by jpheasant


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Photo: Munson’s Chocolates President Karen Munson shows State Representative Robin Green a display which breaks down the process involved in turning cocoa beans into chocolate.

BOLTON – As part of a districtwide tour of local businesses, State Representative Robin Green (R-55) recently visited Munson’s Chocolates to get a first-hand look at their operation and to see what makes them one of Connecticut’s premier manufacturers.

Munson’s Chocolates roots trace back to a small store located behind a

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The Never Ending Tolls Debate

Posted on October 9, 2019 by jpheasant


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In a recent article published by the ct mirror, Governor Lamont addressed members of the AFL-CIO during their biennial convention and highlighted a $20 billion toll plan “he intends to roll out this month.” Once again, despite hours and hours of public testimony in opposition to previous plans, multiple forums across the state, a rally at the State Capitol, and overwhelming disapproval from residents and select members from his own party, Governor Lamont doesn’t seem to get the message. By continuing

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State Rep. Robin Green Shares Pizza Talks Politics

Posted on June 21, 2019 by jpheasant


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Photo: Rep. Green updates residents on where the legislature and governor stand on tolls and whether or not she expects the lawmakers to return to the Capitol for a vote in a special session.

HARTFORDState Representative Robin Green (R-55) concluded her district-wide legislative updates Thursday night with a Pizza and Politics event at Marlborough Pizza. The meeting was an opportunity for area residents to discuss the recently concluded 2019 legislative session, have their questions answered,

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House Republican Women Celebrate 100 Years of Women’s Suffrage, Passage of 19th Amendment

Posted on June 5, 2019 by jpheasant


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HARTFORDState Representative Robin Green (R-55) and her House Republican colleagues celebrated the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment, which gave women the right to vote in the United States.

The Republican Party played a leading role in the Women’s Suffrage Movement. In 1878, Senator Aaron Sargent (R-California) introduced language in Congress that would eventually become the 19th Amendment. Sargent’s proposal was not initially successful, but following four decades of rejection

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