CT’s delegation doesn’t support an Israel-Hamas ceasefire, but most want ‘humanitarian pauses’ to help with the flow of aid to Gaza.
CT’s five U.S. representatives joined the Democrats and some Republican critics in voting to remove Kevin McCarthy as Speaker of the House.
Members of CT’s congressional delegation say they’ll keep pressing the Army for answers on why it chose Textron Inc.’s Bell instead of Sikorsky.
CT’s delegation will have familiar roles on major policy committees, but Himes is now the top Democrat on the Intelligence Committee.
CT’s congressional delegation has requested a briefing from the Army on its decision not to award an assault aircraft contract to Sikorsky.
Murphy hopes Congress can find a compromise on immigration reform, arguing that a ‘lack of order at the border affects us in Connecticut.’
Kevin McCarthy’s failed attempts to secure the leadership position have put House business on hold, and CT representatives are frustrated.
With a narrow GOP House majority, CT Democrats will lose committee chairmanships but say they’ll still have leverage in crafting policy.