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Joe Courtney

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  • Connecticut Ranks Sixth In Nation For Student Loan Debt

    Connecticut Ranks Sixth In Nation For Student Loan Debt
    Connecticut ranked sixth in the nation in average student loan debt for 2013 graduates, according to a new report that found national debt levels are rising for students earning bachelor's degrees. At $30,191, Connecticut's average student debt was...
  • Connecticut Incumbents in Congress Boast Sizeable Bank Accounts

    Connecticut Incumbents in Congress Boast Sizeable Bank Accounts
    Democratic U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty has a huge cash advantage over Mark Greenberg, her Republican challenger, newly filed campaign finance reports show. Esty, a freshman representing Connecticut's 5th District inCongress, had $923,010 on hand as of...
  • Congressman Courtney helps Windham celebrate grants intended to improve food security

    On Oct. 10, Congressman Joe Courtney (D-2) joined state Rep. Susan Johnson (D-49) and local administrators at the Windham Region Community Council's offices on Main Street in Willimantic to celebrate GROW Windham's two new USDA grants intended to fund the...
  • Blames Democrats For Insurance Cost Hike

    Today I received a cancellation notice for my health insurance policy. This action started when all my representatives in Congress -- Democrats Sen. Richard Blumenthal, Sen. Chris Murphy and Rep. Joe Courtney all voted for socialized medicine several...
  • Hospital Patients Must Know If They're Admitted Or Not

    Hospital Patients Must Know If They're Admitted Or Not
    An important state law went into effect this week that requires Connecticut hospitals to give all patients critical information: whether they are being admitted to the hospital or being kept only for observation. This new law could save Medicare...
  • Hospitals Required To Tell Patients Of Observation Care Status

    Starting Wednesday, a new state law requires Connecticut hospitals to tell all patients when they are being kept in the hospital for observation instead of being admitted and to warn them about the financial consequences. Anyone who goes to the...
  • Navy Narrows To Four the Possible Causes Of F-35 Engine Fire

    Navy Narrows To Four the Possible Causes Of F-35 Engine Fire
    GROTON — An official with the Joint Strike Fighter's program office said Monday that its investigation into a June engine fire that grounded the fleet has narrowed a long list of potential causes for the incident down to just four. Navy Capt....
  • GOP Candidates Prescribe Over-The-Counter Birth Control Pills

    WASHINGTON — To counter Democratic attacks that they are soldiers in a "war against women," some GOP candidates across the nation, including at least two in Connecticut, are advocating changing federal laws to allow the purchase of over-the-...
  • TIGER grant to upgrade rail line hailed as economic boost to region

    A federal grant of $8.2 million to upgrade the rail line from the Port of New London north through Connecticut was hailed by state and local officials and business leaders as a shot in the arm to the area's economy. Gov. Dannel Malloy, Congressman Joe...
  • In CT Delegation, Courtney Casts Sole Vote to Arm Syrian Rebels

    In CT Delegation, Courtney Casts Sole Vote to Arm Syrian Rebels
    Washington – Rep. Joe Courtney, D-2nd District, was the only member of Connecticut's delegation to the U.S. House of Representatives to vote for an amendment Wednesday that will allow the Pentagon to spend money arming and training Syrian rebels....
  • Long-shot Candidates Hope Voter Discontent Gives Them A Boost

    Long-shot Candidates Hope Voter Discontent Gives Them A Boost
    Bill Clyde has never held political office, has not raised much campaign cash and does not have the backing and organizational help of a major political party -- yet he's one of two third-party candidates running in the 2nd congressional district. A Green...