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Congressman Larson, along with Rep. Chellie Pingree of Maine and Rep. Walter Jones of North Carolina, testified in favor of the Fair Elections Now Act before the Committee on House Administration. Please click here to learn how the legislaton would decrease the influence of money in politics and allow candidates more time to work for the people they represent.

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Congressman Larson joins President Obama at the White House as he signs legislation to reform our financial system, protect consumers and create a commission to study the cause of the economic crisis.

Photo courtesy of RTT News.

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Congressman Larson is joined by Congressmen Courtney and Murphy, Leadership from the Connecticut General Assembly, and Common Cause in support of the Fair Elections Now Act. Click here to learn more about the Fair Elections Act.

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Congressman Larson speaks at the the dedication of Goodwin College’s River Campus in East Hartford.

Congressman Larson Discussing Health Care Reform
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Congressman John Larson of Connecticut, Chairman of the U.S. House Democratic Caucus, on Fox News discussing Health Care Reform on July 24, 2009.



Rep. John Larson: Enough!
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Congressman John Larson of Connecticut, Vice Chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, delivered the Democratic Radio Address this morning. In his address, Congressman Larson discusses energy legislation the New Direction Congress will bring forward to combat rising energy and gas prices and to ensure our energy independence. Larson explains, “for eight years, two oilmen in the White House have crafted this country’s energy policy…Barack Obama summed up our sentiment on this Bush-McCain policy, in one word: enough!”



Larson on Boeing Tanker Decision
hflr06180809500062297.jpg  The GAO announced that it was overturning the Air Force’s decision to award a contract for the next generation of mid-air refueling tankers to Northrup Grumman and their overseas partners.  Here Congressman Larson speak about the decision on the floor of the House of Representatives.
Congressman Larson on Gas Prices
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The Bristol Press-Larson Leads Push to Investigate National Economic Collapse


A proposal to investigate the roots of last year’s economic collapse is expected to win approval by the U.S. House Wednesday as part of the Fraud Enforcement and Recovery Act.


U.S. Rep. John Larson, an East Hartford Democrat whose 1st District includes Bristol, has pushed for months for a bipartisan commission to probe the cause of the crisis…

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The New York Times: Show Us the Ball


Representative John B. Larson, chairman of the House Democratic Caucus, has circulated a draft bill that would impose "a per-unit tax on the carbon-dioxide content of fossil fuels, beginning at a rate of $15 per metric ton of CO2 and increasing by $10 each year"…

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Larson’s Staff to Hold Office Hours in Cromwell


Tuesday, June 3rd  10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Cromwell Town Hall, Room 222

41 West Street, Cromwell, CT

The Office of Congressman John B. Larson (CT-01) will be holding District Office hours at the Cromwell Town Hall on Tuesday, June 3rd from 10:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

A representative from Congressman Larson’s office will be available during this time to meet with constituents who have questions or concerns related to Federal Government programs and agencies. Please contact Congressman Larson’s office at (860) 278-8888 if you have any questions 

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