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Rep. Allie-Brennan Shares News Regarding Flu Vaccinations, and Gov. Lamont’s Food Resources Initiatives

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Department of Public Health announces start of influenza vaccination clinics in Connecticut The Connecticut Department of Public Health is announcing today details about the influenza vaccination clinics in Connecticut for the coming flu season and is encouraging people in the state to get vaccinated for the flu as soon as possible. This is coupled with a message from the federal Centers for Disease Control (CDC) that residents “mask up, lather up and sleeve up” this…

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CONVERSATIONS WITH CANDIDATES: REP. ANNE HUGHES, 135TH HOUSE DISTRICT

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September 25 @ 1:30 pm – 1:50 pm Join CAGV Executive Director Jeremy Stein for a discussion with Rep. Anne Hughes, Democratic candidate for the 135th House District, representing Easton, Redding, Weston.Learn about Rep. Anne Hughes’s positions on gun regulations and other measures to prevent gun violence in CT. Post questions for Jeremy to ask.#VoteGunSafety by absentee ballot or on Nov. 3 in person. Go to https://www.facebook.com/CTAgainstGunViolence to see it live.

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Absentee Ballots to be mailed between 9/8 – 9/11

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From the Office of the Secretary of the Sate Denise Merrill: I will be sending out applications for absentee ballots to all eligible (active, registered) voters between Tuesday September 8th and Friday September 11th.Mailing absentee ballot applications to all eligible voters makes it easier for every voter to exercise their right to vote without jeopardizing their health, if they choose to vote by absentee ballot. By including postage paid envelopes with the applications, and with…

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CAMPAIGN FOR DEMOCRATS!

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First, the Bad News: With Trump at the top of the ballot this November, we need to ensure that our local Democrats in the CT General Assembly win their re-elections and continue to protect our health, schools, jobs, and safety here in Connecticut. Every vote is needed when elections are too often won at the margins and so much is at stake. Now, the Good News: Even with the COVID-19 pandemic continuing, there are virtual, contact-free options…

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A Juneteenth statement from the Redding Democrats. Black Lives Matter.

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The ongoing use of excessive force against Black Americans has reawakened our social conscience.   At this moment in time, we must do all we can to effect real change in order to address the fears and hardships of over forty million Americans; citizens who have suffered generational biases and mistreatment based solely on the color of their skin. We must lobby for systemic reform to eliminate discrimination, racial profiling, and the unfair treatment of…

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Dear CT Students, Senator Will Haskell says We Need You:

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If you are a student, please consider providing feedback to the questions posed by the Connecticut State Department of Education about how to make distance learning more effective. Your voice and ideas are crucial to this conversation. Schools will be sending out more information on how to participate and all responses are anonymous and take as little as 5 – 10 minutes to complete. — Will Haskell CT STUDENTS: As Office of Governor Ned Lamont, Connecticut State Department…

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Regarding the Adoption of Town and School Budgets

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The proposed budgets for the town and the schools can be viewed on the Town of Redding website – www.townofreddingct.org – click on the green budget button on the home page – 20-21 Draft Budget. Residents can email comments on the budget to: budget2021comments@townofreddingct.org You must include your name and address in the email. The Board of Finance will review all comments at their meeting. Please visit the Town of Redding CT website to learn more. To view Governor…

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Town Budget Meeting Set for Thurs. April 16th

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The Town of Redding has scheduled its Annual Budget Hearing for Thursday April 16th. There are many uncertainties related to how the budget process may differ this year: town officials plan to conduct budget deliberations using a virtual meeting platform accessible to the public. There will also be opportunities for public input and comments. This all stems from the current inability to hold public gatherings and machine votes due to the pandemic. The Governor has issued Executive…

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