Swearing In for Senator Gary Holder-Winfield
February 28, 2014 —Gary Holder-Winfield is sworn in as the new State Senator for the 10th District.
Legislative Democrats have come together to push for an array of consumer and quality of life initiatives this session aimed at safe-guarding seniors’ pocketbooks. Included are strengthening the ‘Do Not Call’ law, scam and privacy protections, transparency in electric rates, reemployment of older workers and ‘aging in place.’
Bullying is no longer confined to school boundaries. In an age of social media and texting, a recent law expands what constitues bullying: use of electronic devices and certain behavior occuring off school grounds.
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March 4, 2014 —Senator Bartolomeo helps to mark National Problem Gambling Awareness Month and highlights her recent efforts to help shut down exploitive and illegal gambling parlors in the state.
February 27, 2014 —Senators Leone, Looney and Duff call for legislative measures that would provide greater awareness and better response to sudden cardiac arrest in public schools and at student athletic events.
February 26, 2014 —Senator Doyle discusses several new proposals aimed at protecting the rights and privacy of Connecticut’s consumers.
February 24, 2014 —Senator Williams toured the Family Development Resource Center at Eastern Connecticut State University to call for an expansion of access to high quality pre-K programs.