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Elizabeth Esty
Mom, community advocate, and U.S. Representative for Connecticut's 5th Congressional District. This is the official account for my Congressional office.
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Elizabeth Esty 14h
Like mother, like daughter - Sarah and I find we’ve unintentionally worn the same thing once again. Grateful for time w/family this Thanksgiving, and for those who’ve given it up to keep us safe.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 22
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And, of course, you can provide feedback here and on my Facebook page () Your comments in support of saving - and on all issues - are appreciated.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 22
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You can send a letter to our or offices:
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 22
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Constituents can e-mail our office at:
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 22
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To those calling my office to urge Congress to - please know I support you and stand with you. I'm sending my staff home early to be with their families for the holiday, however, so here are some ways you can reach me:
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 22
We've gotten dozens of calls about this morning. Keep it up: I stand with you against the FCC's misguided attempt to tamper with a free and open internet.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 21
Enjoyed joining students to learn about their research on Lyme disease.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 21
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So, if the FCC erodes protections under the cover of a holiday week, Congress should take swift and immediate legislative action when we return.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 21
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The last time the FCC attempted to roll back protections, 22 million comments were filed in response. A record number of Americans made their voices heard on the issue.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 21
is one of the most important issues of our time. What we decide here will determine whether or not we care about innovation, job growth, freedom of expression, and core democratic values in our society.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 20
Transgender Day of Remembrance is a time to grieve the lives lost to violence and hate crimes this year. No one, regardless of gender identity, should have to live life in fear of physical harm.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 20
Proud to join and to discuss the Fix NICS Act, a bill to strengthen our background check system.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 17
It’s ! I had a chance to get out to Roaring Brook Falls last weekend - make sure you head outside!
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 17
Glad to join you. families: there's still time to sign up for or change your healthcare plan. Open Enrollment for 2018 health insurance continues through 12/22. Make sure to !
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 16
I’m about to head to vote “NO” on this partisan that raises taxes on middle-class families in Connecticut.
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 16
When public opinion on background checks just doesn’t match up to the corporate gun lobby’s talking points…
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 15
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No more. We must end the attack on women’s reproductive healthcare. It is sexist in nature & practice. We must do better. 3/end
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 15
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Choice and access to contraception have been the constitutional standard for decades. The current administration is not exempt from this. 2/
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 15
Birth control is health care. POTUS should not try to isolate contraception from health care. 1/
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Elizabeth Esty Nov 15
Joined officials and colleagues in the New England delegation to receive the latest updates on our response to the opioid crisis ravaging communities throughout and our country.
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