Our community is strong.
We will all work hard – together – to build back what we are losing.
We will support the employees losing their jobs, the local companies that will lose business, and the many nonprofits and community organizations that benefited from having GE’s headquarters as a major philanthropic force in Connecticut.
GE is an incredible economic driver, and the jobs that do remain here will continue to benefit our community and support many families.
I will work closely with all lawmakers, as well as state and local leaders, to ensure Connecticut is taking the steps we need to grow jobs and create an environment where businesses want to move in, not out.
This is what I have been telling radio stations across Connecticut:
Saturday, January 16, 2016
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