Letter: State Senator Tony Hwang Represents Us

To the Editor:

Easton, and the 28th Senate District, need the experience, dedication and passion that State Senator Tony Hwang brings to the Capitol.  As a parent, I know he is fighting to ensure my children’s school is safe, has access to resources and remains under the control Continue reading “Letter: State Senator Tony Hwang Represents Us”

General Assembly Easily Passes New Utility Measure in Response to Rates and Outages

Easton’s Legislators Agree With Some Reservations

First, it was the Connecticut House of Representatives voting in special session on Wednesday for utility-regulation reform by a vote of 136-4 with 11 not voting. The Senate followed on Thursday with the unanimous support of those Continue reading “General Assembly Easily Passes New Utility Measure in Response to Rates and Outages”

Easton Courier Political Campaign Publication Policies

Election season is upon us. So that we can publish as many statements and letters as possible, the Courier has some rules and guidelines for candidates, parties and supporters for the Nov. 3 Presidential Election. The Courier will focus on the competitive Connecticut races that directly Continue reading “Easton Courier Political Campaign Publication Policies”

Letter: ‘Sincerest Gratitude’ to Senator Tony Hwang for Storm Response

To The Editor:

I would like to express my sincerest gratitude to Senator Tony Hwang! After superstorm Isaias, several homes on my street were without the internet for three weeks. I had many lines and electrical components down on the ground. My neighbors and I contacted Optimum Continue reading “Letter: ‘Sincerest Gratitude’ to Senator Tony Hwang for Storm Response”

Op-Ed: Patience, Caution and Flexibility Needed as Some Schools Reopen Next Week

As some school districts look to begin to reopen as early as next week, state Senator Tony Hwang, R-28th District, offers the following statement.

I am thankful for all the work completed by Connecticut State Department of Education Commissioner Miguel Cardona and his staff. There Continue reading “Op-Ed: Patience, Caution and Flexibility Needed as Some Schools Reopen Next Week”

Articles from the Easton Courier 8/17 – 8/23

In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past week, from Monday, August 17 to August 23.

Don’t forget to subscribe to email notifications. It’s free, and you control the frequency. You can enter your email address here: https://eastoncourier.news/subscribe/. You control your Continue reading “Articles from the Easton Courier 8/17 – 8/23”

Hwang Speaks Out On 2nd District GOP Candidate and State Party Leadership

Just before the primary election, the endorsed Republican candidate in Connecticut’s 2nd Congressional District was arrested on domestic violence changes.  Since then, additional information has come to light about the knowledge that J.R. Romano, state party chairman, and Sue Hatfield, Continue reading “Hwang Speaks Out On 2nd District GOP Candidate and State Party Leadership”

Articles from the Courier 8/03/20 – 8/16/20

In case you missed it: Check out these articles posted in the Easton Courier in the past two weeks, from Monday, Aug. 3 to Sunday, August 16.

This week’s digest includes two weeks of stories because Tropical Storm Isaias knocked out power and internet to most of Easton and for Continue reading “Articles from the Courier 8/03/20 – 8/16/20”

Health Concerns Drive Bipartisan Action In General Assembly Special Session

Reporter’s Notebook

It might not augur a forever-movement toward bipartisanship in the Connecticut legislature, but public health was an overwhelmingly unifying issue at the recently completed special session of the General Assembly.

Unlike the heated and divided vote in favor Continue reading “Health Concerns Drive Bipartisan Action In General Assembly Special Session”

Police Reform: Too Rushed or Too Delayed?

 Easton Delegations Tackles the Question

Timing was the crucial question for Easton’s two state legislators, as they voted on police reform in the special session of the Connecticut General Assembly that convened last July 24 and adjourned July 29.

The state House and Senate Continue reading “Police Reform: Too Rushed or Too Delayed?”

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