Members of Connecticut's congressional delegation are urging national retailers to voluntarily take steps to reduce gun violence by barring guns from their establishments. The lawmakers made the call on Friday at the state Capitol in Hartford.
Two members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation are among the co-sponsors of a bill that would create a federal so-called “green bank” to support clean energy infrastructure projects. The legislation is modeled on a Connecticut program.
By all accounts this wasn’t a pretty year for Congress. Connecticut and New York lawmakers in Washington say they are as upset about it as voters.
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