June 24, 2021 Press Release
“Investing in workforce development is one of the best ways we can get our economy back on track as we recover from the pandemic, and this grant will go a long way in making sure workers have the necessary skills for jobs in our state’s growing healthcare sector."
Courtney spoke to Secretary Austin and General Milley about the importance of that request today, watch the full exchange below.
“Our region’s economy can’t operate at full strength without our local airports, and in eastern Connecticut we’ve got local airports from the Quiet Corner to the shoreline that are responsible for moving thousands of passengers, and millions of dollars’ worth of goods around the country each year,” said Rep. Courtney.
“Our region’s local theaters, museums, and live venues don’t just make eastern Connecticut a great place to live, they also create real, good-paying jobs,” said Congressman Courtney.
"Now, as national security priorities continue to shift and as our involvement in Afghanistan comes to a close, it’s time to honor our promises and protect our Afghan partners," said Rep. Courtney. "I’m proud to join Rep. Crow and our colleagues from both sides of the aisle in support of the ALLIES Act.”
The Seapower and Projection Forces subcommittee meets this morning to hear testimony from the Department of the Navy on the fiscal year 2022 budget.
June 17, 2021 Press Release
“I’ve come together for years with friends and folks all throughout our eastern Connecticut communities to commemorate and celebrate Juneteenth and the historic anniversary it recognizes,” said Congressman Courtney.
The Seapower and Projection Forces subcommittee meets this morning to hear testimony on the Department of the Air Force’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2022 budget request.
June 11, 2021 Press Release
"I welcome President Biden's nomination of Carlos Del Toro as the next Secretary of the Navy,” said Congressman Courtney.
“Improving America’s aging roads, bridges and public transit is an overwhelmingly popular idea across the country, but people in eastern Connecticut don’t have to look far to see signs that our most important infrastructure needs revitalization,” said Rep. Courtney.