U.S. Rep. Rosa DeLauro will announce new legislation “to end the harmful and unnecessary ban on federal disaster relief aid to homeowners for fallen trees and debris.”
DeLauro got an up-close look Wednesday at the improvement project a local team of AmeriCorps National Civilian Community Corps volunteers are beginning to build, a bog bridge at Tynan Memorial Park.
With a mixture of pride, satisfaction and excitement, a ribbon was cut Friday signaling the formal opening of the new 600,000-square-foot FedEx ground hub.
DeLauro released a report this week claiming Connecticut is at risk of losing as many as 199,200 jobs due to tax changes signed into law by President Donald Trump at the end of 2017.
DeLauro said Congress must act to include language in the Labor and Health and Human Services budget to prohibit use of federal education funds for purchasing firearms and firearms training for school staff.
DeLauro launched the 19th year of her “Rosa’s Readers” first-grade literacy program at the school Wednesday; the program encourages students to read at least 20 books outside of school in a three month period.
Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro released a new report on Friday relating to the Republican tax law hurting homeowners throughout Connecticut.
“This is the Trump administration policy,” DeLauro said.
Rep. Rosa DeLauro went after DeVos over new departmental guidance that would tend to protect federal student loan servicers that employ predatory collection practices in violation of state regulations.
Labor Secretary Alex Acosta tried to defend a rule that would allow restaurants to steal workers’ tips. But New York Democratic Rep. Rosa DeLauro didn’t let him get away with it.