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September 21, 2017

Senator Lesser Highlights Importance of Civics with School Readings

SPRINGFIELD — During the week of Constitution Day on Sept. 17, which marks the anniversary of the signing of the U.S. Constitution, Senator Eric P. Lesser embarked on a two-day tour of elementary schools in his senate district to highlight the importance of civics education. At each school, he spoke with students about the job of a state senator and …

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September 20, 2017

Senator Lesser Hosts Town Hall Forum in Ludlow

LUDLOW — On Tuesday night, Senator Eric P. Lesser spoke at the Ludlow Boys and Girls Club, where he held his second of three town hall forums this month. For nearly two hours, Sen. Lesser took more than a dozen questions on topics including the state’s opioid addiction crisis, the EpiPen bulk purchase program that Sen. Lesser proposed and the …

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September 20, 2017

Senator Lesser, Rep. Wagner Bring State House Hearing to Springfield

Economic Development committee held a hearing on several bills sponsored by local officials at STCC SPRINGFIELD — Senator Eric P. Lesser and Representative Joseph F. Wagner brought the State House to Springfield, in a sense, when they held a public hearing of the Joint Committee on Economic Development and Emerging Technologies, which they chair, at Springfield Technical Community College (STCC) …

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September 19, 2017

Senator Lesser, Local Officials Applaud Granby Clean Energy Grant

GRANBY — On Friday, Senator Eric P. Lesser welcomed the announcement that the town of Granby had been awarded $13,750 in Municipal Energy Technical Assistance (META) grants. “I am thrilled that our community has received this grant, which will help reduce energy costs by updating waste management systems and investing in more efficient energy sources. As we know, clean energy …

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