Politics & Elections

Automatic absentee ballots for disabled voters

Wilton’s registrars of voters remind voters with a permanent physical disability about a program that can make the process of voting easier.

Toni Boucher

Boucher: Will tolls be coming to state roads?

As the 2015 legislative session begins, the issue of tolls has once again been brought to the forefront of Connecticut’s transportation policy debate.

State Rep. Gail Lavielle (R-143), left, is joined by Alison Jacobson of Wilton at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on Jan. 15. They participated in a Capitol hearing attended by advocates for people with intellectual disabilities. Ms. Jacobson is an author, expert on child and family safety, and mother of an intellectually disabled son.

Future of intellectually disabled citizens is at stake

Gail Lavielle and Alison Jacobson participated in an event Jan. 15, presented by the bipartisan Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities legislative caucus.


Branch lines may benefit from governor’s transportation plan

Gov. Dannel Malloy outlined plans to widen I-84 in Danbury and will look at improving rail service in Fairfield County.

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