Top 45 Ned Lamont Quotes

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I view receiving the COVID-19 vaccine as part of my obl

I view receiving the COVID-19 vaccine as part of my obligation to protect myself, members of my administration, and my family.
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Discrimination of any kind is unacceptable, but we all know there are invisible moments and instances of discrimination that take place each and every day.
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People are realizing that telecommuting doesn’t mean you have to be in New York City five days a week. It means that if you have to stay home for a period of time, having a nice little backyard is not a bad way to do it.
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For many residents, the DMV is the face of state government – it is an office that virtually every adult needs to interact with and for far too long it has been overly bureaucratic, arduous, and – quite frankly – operating in the 21st century while relying on 20th century processes.
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The attack on Pearl Harbor is one of the darkest moments in our nation’s history, and we will forever remember the thousands of service members and civilians whose lives were tragically taken on that horrible day.
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If we want to grow our economy and help families return to work, we need to support child care providers.
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We have a lot to be thankful for.
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Our residents deserve a government that is dedicated to changing with new technology and makes transactions as easy as possible.
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We’ve listened to our businesses, and we know they want more tools online so they can do business faster – with less interaction with government.
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The Environment Committee’s leadership in advancing Connecticut’s implementation of TCI-P is a positive step in our state’s comeback and our commitment to a cleaner environment and modernized transportation system and infrastructure.
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Our state has many challenges ahead and there is much more work to be done, but it is essential we continue down this path and foster additional growth to best position us for the long term.
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It’s my feeling that on sensitive, localized issues like our schools, it’s important to lead with the carrot and not force peoples’ hands.
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A robust, sustainably funded unemployment insurance system is Connecticut’s most important tool for keeping our families out of poverty and our economy in motion during a recession.
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Our state’s public health department is responsible for overseeing a large array of healthcare needs, including natural disasters, chronic diseases, and emerging threats. And in these efforts, we want to ensure that no one in Connecticut is left behind when it comes to access to essential care.
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From the day I was elected, I began focusing on governing the best way I know how – transparently, openly, and in a way that encourages debate, dialogue and discussion on all sides of an issue.
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For the sake of our businesses and the sake of our jobs, we must provide Connecticut with a modernized transportation system that works, which requires a sustainable, recurring funding source.
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The Affordable Care Act has been a clear and obvious success here in Connecticut and around the country.
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Connecticut has long been a leader on addressing climate change.
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The climate crisis is upon us, and its effects will only become more apparent in the years to come. We need to both adapt to this reality and continue to take bold action to fight it.
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With fresh eyes, an aggressive approach, and collaboration, we can modernize state government the way it should be.
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When a Black man or woman shows up for a job interview or to work, they should never be judged based on their hairstyle. Their work product, commitment, dedication, and work ethic should be the sources of their success.
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During the historic 2020 presidential election, we saw record participation from voters across our state and country despite the challenges of a global pandemic.
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The world is changing rapidly, and our government needs to move more quickly to transform how we operate to have the greatest positive impact on people’s lives.
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No one should have to choose between caring for their family when they need it most, and paying their bills.
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Increasing postsecondary enrollment and success, particularly among first-generation, low-income, and minority students, is good for students and our state’s economy.
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All students should have access to positive teaching and learning experiences so they can be prepared for the global workforce that awaits them.
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We must treat access to the Internet similar to the way we treat access to all of our utilities because in the modern world lack of Internet access means people are held back from advancing economically, and it can even put their own health at risk.
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Expanded outdoor dining has created a vibrancy in many of our neighborhoods in ways that we haven’t seen before, all while supporting locally owned, small businesses.
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