The top U.S. union official is joining Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to highlight two jobs programs for veterans and the unemployed.
Congressman John B. Larson released the following statement tonight after the U.S. House of Representatives voted in favor of reopening the government and raising the debt ceiling. Under the deal, the government would be funded through […]
“While the Voting Rights Act has been instrumental in empowering voters across the nation, it’s no secret that discrimination continues to hamper our electoral process. This week, the Supreme Court chose to disregard the bipartisan […]
“The Supreme Court made the right decision to strike down the Defense of Marriage Act and advanced the cause of marriage equality by reestablishing the right of same-sex marriage in California. For too long DOMA […]
Members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation are commemorating the upcoming six-month anniversary of the school shooting in Newtown with speeches on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives.
After the Senate voted against advancing gun-control legislation, elected leaders and Newtown families reacted with disappointment.
“I commend Joe Manchin and Pat Toomey for coming up with a rational approach that ninety-two percent of Americans all agree with, and the need for universal background checks as it relates to our gun […]
Members of the Connecticut Congressional delegation say the budget cuts required by the sequester which took effect Friday will mean closing of six air traffic control towers in Connecticut in a month.
With Congress in recess and the automatic spending cuts known as sequestration set to take effect the end of the month, First District Congressman John Larson visits WTIC’s Ray Dunaway to talk about the budget, politics, the UConn-Baylor game. . . and his favorite president. Hear the conversation.
Connecticut U.S. Rep. John Larson will meet constituents in Manchester to discuss the chilling impact of $85 billion in budget-wide cuts that automatically start taking effect March 1 if lawmakers fail to agree on a compromise.