“We all know there is room to grow. The depth of our conviction must match and exceed the size of the challenge before us.”
Rep. Rosa DeLauro used her new clout as an Appropriations subcommittee chairman to tussle with Education Secretary Betsy DeVos on Tuesday over a report by an education advocacy group accusing her agency of not providing effective oversight of federal charter school funding.
We should not be afraid of research. I stand here because of biomedical research.
The universal healthcare bill would expand Medicare coverage to all Americans regardless of age or income.
DeLauro held a hearing in the subcommittee on Wednesday on the “Impact of the Administration’s Policies Affecting the Affordable Care Act.”
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.