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It is time to reassert the essential principle that all people have equal access to their government, which is accountable solely to them, regardless of wealth.
This Valentine’s Day, show our veterans they are always in our thoughts by creating valentines that will be delivered to vets' organizations in the Fourth District.
There are many ways to connect with me online to stay informed about what I’ve been up to, both in Washington and at home in Connecticut.
The Veterans' History Project makes clear the respect, support and appreciation that each and every one of us feels for the men and women who fought bravely to secure our freedoms and safety.
A report released this week found that more than 1 million cars travel defunct bridges in Southwest Connecticut daily. Rebuilding these bridges would make traffic safer and create jobs.
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