Courtney Update, 2/1/19

A Hard-Won Victory for Griswold This week, Governor Ned Lamont announced his decision to reject the placement of a new state police gun range in Griswold, a victory for grassroots efforts that have taken place for over the past 3 years to resist this move, efforts of which my office assisted with every step of […]

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Courtney Backed Bill would bolster Social Security

Courtney-Backed Legislation to Bolster Social Security Reports that a new bill would make the program more relevant by increasing benefits, changing COLA formula, and more Washington – Today, Congressman Joe Courtney (CT-02) called attention to a January 30 Los Angeles Times column highlighting Congressman John Larson’s (CT-01) Social Security 2100 Act (H.R. 860) , a […]

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Joe Courtney on Protecting Social Security & Electric Boat

  From the Office of Joseph Courtney Protecting Social Security Over 140,000 eastern Connecticut seniors, veterans, disabled workers, and survivors rely on Social Security, an insurance program that beneficiaries pay into over the course of their lifetime and not an entitlement. Making cuts to this bedrock program would be robbing American taxpayers of income they […]

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