• New Haven Register: DeLauro has earned a 13th term

    10.27.14: - Rosa DeLauro places herself front and center where it matters most: in the issues that affect the daily lives of Americans.

  • An effort to boost the Valley’s image

    10.25.14: - Instead of shuttered factories, the Naugatuck Valley could be known for its rich culture. An effort launched last week by two members of the state’s congressional delegation aims to make those goals a reality. Rosa DeLauro, whose district encompasses much of the Valley, introduced a bill to study the idea of recognizing the Naugatuck River Valley National Heritage Area.

  • DeLauro meets with Connecticut hospital leaders on preparedness for Ebola

    10.25.14: - Rosa DeLauro and leaders from hospitals around the state met to hold a brainstorming session on emergency preparedness for dealing with infectious diseases like Ebola.

  • In West Hills, DeLauro Helps Malloy Rally Seniors

    10.22.14: - When U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro arrived at Park Ridge Apartments at 40 Austin St.Tuesday afternoon, she met a packed room of nearly 200 with the gusto and ease of someone who wins elections, and knows that every interaction counts.

  • Courant: Experience, Focus Make DeLauro Best Choice

    10.22.14: - DeLauro tends to find issues she believes are important but not getting attention, and attend to them. Many of them are worthy of her intense advocacy. She is an impassioned defender of programs for the poor and powerless, such as Head Start, Medicare and food stamps, as well as a watchdog on food safety.