Wednesday, July 29, 2020

How They Voted: Police Accountability Bill

The Connecticut General Assembly and Senate voted to enact legislation that makes towns and cities more accountable for police actions. Our city's delegation to the Capitol was unanimous in its support:

Senator Matt Lesser (D)  YES
Senator Mary Abrams (D)  YES

Representative Joe Serra (D)  YES
Representative Quentin Phipps (D)  YES


Anonymous said...

Awesome. Hopefully, police brutality will be a thing of the past.

Anonymous said...

Kudos to our State Delegation of Senator Mary Abrams, Senator Matt Lesser, Representative Joseph Serra & Representative Quentin Phipps. Imagine for a second if these people were Republicans do you think they would vote Yes in favor of this proposal? Of course not. Thank you, Senators Abrams, Lesser and Representatives Serra & Phipps for being courageous and standing up to the powerful police lobby when they protested outside the State Capitol on the day of the vote.