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Although it will be months before the House Intelligence Committee finishes investigating possible Russian interference in the presidential election, one thing is clear, committee member Jim Himes said Wednesday night.
Connecticut Senator Chris Murphy was among the Congressional Democrats to meet with the state’s Health Council in an uncertain time for healthcare.
Murphy and House Democrats Elizabeth Esty and John Larson took part in the panel at the Connecticut Health Council focused on federal health care issues, and how any changes to the Affordable Care Act would affect state residents.
connecticut appears likely to be involved in a court battle against President Donald Trump's administration over air pollution coming in from the Midwest and South, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Wednesday.
Connecticut officials are renewing their demands that the federal government force states to curtail the air pollution that is continuing to hurt Connecticut's air quality.
A House bill that would have replaced Obamacare bitterly divided the Republican caucus and inspired thousands of angry calls from constituents. But Sen. Chris Murphy, D-Conn., told a health care industry audience Wednesday that repeal-and-replace isn't dead yet.
U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty, D-5, toured Toplands Farm in Roxbury on Tuesday to highlight the farm’s role in Connecticut’s agricultural economy. The farm, though historically a dairy farm, now primarily focuses on hay production, as well beef, pork, and egg products. Toplands Farm is also home to the largest collection of restored antique tractors and farm equipment in the Northeast.
5th District Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty is co-sponsoring legislation she says is aimed at strengthening and expanding Social Security. The measure cuts taxes for Social Security recipients and provides a benefit bump for current and future beneficiaries. Esty says this will ensure the system stays solvent through the next 75 years.
WATERBURY, Conn. – Naugatuck Valley Community College Hosted U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty (CT-5), for the Congresswoman’s STEM Advisory Board meeting Monday. The STEM Advisory Board, which convenes four times per year, held its April 10 meeting in the Community Room at the College’s Center for Health Sciences at Founder’s Hall.
While Congress is on break from session in Washington, D.C., Representatives are spending time in their home districts. Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty toured Del-Tron Precision Tuesday morning. She met with its President, Ralph McIntosh, Jr., to discuss the advanced manufacturing industry.
NEW MILFORD – The remarkably eclectic and innovative nature of Makery Coworking, and its ability to sew together disparate technological strengths and ideas, has perhaps given U.S. Rep. Elizabeth H. Esty a glimpse of Connecticut’s future.
And she thinks it will be a bright one.
Connecticut Congresswoman Elizabeth Esty has met with her STEM Advisory Board to lay out the priorities for this year. Esty convened the board in 2015 in an effort to grow STEM training and industries.