Congressman John Larson

Illegal Guns Turned Into Monument To Victims Of Gun ViolenceCity officials and members of the community unveiled a new piece of artwork that aims to raise awareness and act as a monument to victims of illegal gun violence.
You Can Only Stay Mad For So Long, Right?Rep. Larson wants to increase Congressional terms to 4 years because of the pressure of fund-raising. He points out that right after the initiation ceremony, new members start raising money for the next cycle, and that detracts them from their true job. Larson may have a point.
Larson Speaks At Energy SummitCongressman John Larson spoke at a summit on transportation and energy Tuesday morning, voicing his support for stronger commitments to alternative energy sources.
Officials Unveil Plans For Children's Center
Gun Violence Forum
State's Congressional Delegation to Join AARP To Protect Benefits Top leaders of Connecticut's AARP office are heading to Washington, D.C., to push members of the Congressional delegation to oppose cuts in Social Security and Medicare benefits.