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Connecticut Governor Orders Highway Toll Study

July 18, 2018

Despite his lame-duck status, Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is ordering a $10 million study on placing electronic tolls on the state’s highways and finding ways to fund needed transportation improvements.

Sen. Boucher to be honored by Jewish Federation of Connecticut

July 12, 2018

State Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) will honored in December by the Jewish Federation of Connecticut (JFACT). She will be recognized for her work on education legislation at JFACT Fund’s annual “Night at the Theater” fundraiser on December 16.

United Jewish Federation To Honor State Sen. Boucher In December

July 12, 2018

From the United Jewish Federation of Greater Stamford, New Canaan and Darien: State Senator Toni Boucher was notified that she will be one of the legislators honored in December by the Jewish Federation of Connecticut (JFACT). She will be recognized for her work on education legislation at JFACT Fund’s annual “Night at the Theater” fundraiser on December 16.

Senator Boucher Named Children’s Champion

July 3, 2018

State Senator Toni Boucher (R-26) was recently named a 2018 Children’s Champion by the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance (CECA). The award is given to legislators who demonstrate leadership on issues that impact the well-being of Connecticut’s young children in the areas of healthy development, early care and education, nutrition, and safety.

Connecticut Senate Fails To Override Malloy’s Veto Of Classroom Safety Bill

June 25, 2018

The Connecticut state Senate failed to override a veto by Governor Dannel Malloy on legislation that would have allowed teachers to remove disruptive or violent students from their classroom.