“The American Rescue Plan is continuing to fuel eastern Connecticut’s economic recovery, and it’s going to help our schools stay open and get kids back on track as we move ahead,” said Congressman Courtney.
The expanded clinic will accommodate new specialty forms of health care, like cardiology and phlebotomy, space for group counseling, and more capacity for mental health and telehealth services. It will also feature in-house lab work that will provide faster..."
During yesterday’s hearing, Courtney noted that in Connecticut, the share of premiums that pay for prescription drugs has risen by 8% in just the past few years—from 15% to 23%. Dr. Socal agreed that this trend is driving the sharp premium increases in employer-sponsored health care plans.
“In eastern Connecticut, we’ve still got lines at drive-through food banks, and my office is still hearing from seniors who are looking for more support,” said Rep. Courtney.
“Eastern Connecticut’s manufacturing workforce is already taking on some of today’s biggest opportunities, and today’s visit from the Cabinet Secretaries couldn’t have come at a better time,” said Congressman Courtney.
H.R. 133 and the American Rescue Plan are continuing to deliver support to eastern Connecticut
“Norwich Free Academy and Woodstock Academy are where thousands of kids in our region go to learn each day, and it’s great to see them getting the support the need through the American Rescue Plan,” said Congressman Courtney.
“China and Russia haven’t stopped pushing the boundaries of their maritime claims, and the U.S. Senate has a chance to put more weight behind America’s response by ratifying the UNCLOS treaty,” said Chairman Courtney.
“President Biden’s clear-eyed address tonight leaves no doubt that he is determined to deliver real results for the American people,” said Congressman Courtney.
“On the 50th anniversary of OSHA, introduction of the Protecting America’s Workers Act couldn’t come at a better time,” said Rep. Courtney.
Dayton is a Registered Nurse at Backus Hospital in Norwich, and President of the Backus Federation of Nurses
"Thank you to Congressman Courtney for his work to support our nurses and health care workers during and long before COVID-19, and for this chance to join him to watch President Biden’s first State of the Union address tomorrow evening," said Sherri Dayton, RN.