The Connecticut General Assembly has scheduled a veto-override session for Wednesday at the State Capitol.
The session is aimed at overturning Gov. Malloy’s veto of a bill that restores funding for a program that helps more than 100,000 seniors and disabled residents pay for Medicare-related expenses and stay in their homes.
We will do what is right for Connecticut seniors and disabled residents.
Thank you for speaking out on this important issue.
Please stay vocal and active – your voices matter and your voices are being heard!
Contact me anytime at Tony.Hwang@cga.ct.gov or at 800 842-1421.
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Monday, January 29, 2018
Senator Hwang - We will override Gov. Malloy’s veto on Wednesday
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