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Capitol Update: PPP Reopening, OLR Major Issues Report, and More

Posted on January 11, 2021 by wroddy


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State Representative Sredzinski Sworn in For a Fourth Term

Posted on January 6, 2021 by wroddy


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HARTFORD— State Representative J.P. Sredzinski (R-Monroe/Newtown) took the oath of office to represent Connecticut’s 112th District for the fourth time on Wednesday. In a socially-distanced ceremony on the north steps of the State Capitol building in Hartford, he joined his 150 colleagues in the House of Representatives to be sworn in for another term and begin the 2021 legislative session.

In December, Sredzinski was reappointed to the Public Safety Committee, where he has served since his election

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Reflections on 2020

Posted on December 31, 2020 by wroddy


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

As 2020 draws to a close, I wanted to briefly share with you my reflections on the past year and what I hope the coming year will bring.

This year has brought many challenges to us here in Connecticut and across this nation. For many in our lives who are out of work, in mourning, or just overwhelmed by the unexpected changes this year brought, these challenges may seem too great to be overcome.

But with all of the obstacles of 2020, I have to reflect on

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Update to Connecticut’s COVID-19 Travel Advisory

Posted on December 21, 2020 by wroddy


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Remembering Pearl Harbor

Posted on December 7, 2020 by wroddy


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At 7:48 AM on December 7th, 1941, at U.S. Naval Station Pearl Harbor situated on a lagoon west of Honolulu, Hawaii, over 300 Japanese planes launched an hours-long surprise attack on American sailors, soldiers, and crew. The United States, a neutral nation until that point, would enter the war against Imperial Japan the next day during a joint session of Congress with President Franklin D. Roosevelt presiding, who referred to the 7th as “a date which will live in infamy.”

Today, let’s pause for a

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