100 years ago today, the U.S. House of Representatives passed the 19th Amendment, allowing women to exercise the right to vote. There’s more to be done, as this week has reminded us. But never forget how far we’ve come, nor those whose work brought us here. Original Facebook Post

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Senator Bob Duff, Senate Majority Leader, Senator Mae Flexer, State Senator Mary Daugherty Abrams, State Senator Saud Anwar, State Senator Julie Kushner, State Senator Will Haskell, State Senator Christine Cohen, Senator Alex Bergstein, State Senator Norm Needleman and State Senator Derek Slap… Original Facebook Post

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Anyone who drives to work every day knows Connecticut’s infrastructure needs sustained, responsible investment. More than 300 bridges are rated in “poor” or worse condition and #CT residents waste $4.6 billion a year sitting in traffic. Each driver loses $2,300 in lost productivity and wasted gas. The lack of long-term…

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While this week has dealt a blow to many women in our nation, here in CT we are strengthening our support of women and their autonomy. Yesterday, Democrats in the CT House passed a bill that would ban false advertising by so-called crisis pregnancy centers. Republicans opposed the bill, threatening……

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