Rep. Horn offers session wrap-up

State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64), left, offered a summary of the 2019 legislative session on Saturday, June 29, at Salisbury Town Hall. Photo by Patrick L. Sullivan

SALISBURY — State Rep. Maria Horn (D-64) told an audience of about 30 constituents at Salisbury Town Hall Saturday, June 29, that the recently concluded session of the Connecticut General Assembly produced bills dealing with the phasing out of plastic grocery bags, gun safety, air quality monitoring, the environment and mental health care for first responders.

But it was a mixed bag of legislation, she said.

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