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State Representative
Larry B. Butler
Proudly Serving Waterbury
Bouley Manor, Bucks Hill, Crownbrook, WOW, Long Hill, New Pac, & Waterville
Legislative Office Building, Room 5001
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267

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At bill signing for Residence Mobility Counseling for Subsidized Housing, an important issue accomplished this past legislative session, July 2015

Celebrating Blessed Sacrament School's State Champions at the State Capitol, April 2015 

Thank you PHRN for your "Outstanding Elected Official Award", March 2015
Supporting Waterbury Firefighters, March 2015
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Rep. Butler Attending the Waterbury Chamber of Commerce Legislative Breakfast, Jan 2015
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Rep. Butler is Joined by Waterbury Mayor Neil O'Leary at the Gaffney Place Housing Initiative Ribbon Cutting, Jan, 2015.
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Leading passage of a housing bill on the House floor.
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Legislators and officials kick off the redevelopment of Warner Gardens Apartment complex in Waterbury.
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Rep. Butler and UConn Men's Basketball Coach Kevin Ollie Discuss Strategy at Husky Day at the Capitol, April 2013.
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Rep. Larry Butler, of the 72nd district, speaks in favor of labeling of genetically-modified foods at the Connecticut General Assembly's Public Health Committee's hearing on a state bill regarding the labeling of such items.
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Rep. Butler testifies before the legislature's Public Health Committee in favor of the labeling of GMO (Genetically Modified Organisms) products, March 2013.
Waterbury's Lebanese Mayor for the Day, Camille Atallah, right, receives a citation from the State General Assembly from State Representative Larry B. Butler (D) - 72nd Assembly District of Waterbury, during a ceremony Saturday morning at City Hall in Waterbury. Christopher Massa, Republican-American

Chairman of the Board of NWRMHB Joe Shea presenting the 2012 Legislator Award to State Rep. Larry B. Butler

Reps. Jeff Berger, Larry B. Butler, and Sen. Joan Hartley welcome the State Bond Commission’s expected approval of funding to expand Naugatuck Valley Community College (NVCC) in Waterbury as a manufacturing center to train the state’s future manufacturing workforce.
Rep. Butler with children from Blessed Sacrament School in Waterbury.
Rep. Larry Butler was recently honored by the Connecticut United Supreme Council, A.A.S.R. Prince Hall Affiliation for "Sterling Service in the Uplift of Humanity". Rep. Butler was given their Silver Eagle Award, which is presented to people that have made significant contributions in their communities.
State Representative Larry B. Butler attended a bill signing ceremony at the State Capitol with Governor Dannel P. Malloy for a new law that requires the collection of DNA evidence from convicted felons upon a subsequent felony arrest.
Rep. Butler supporting SB 1151 Special Provisional Pardons.
State Representative Larry B. Butler is pleased to announce the Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has stocked Lakewood Lake in Waterbury with fish for a fourth consecutive year.
Rep. Butler with Bryan Bielefeldt from Waterbury, recently honored during Academic Day.
Rep. Butler recounts personal story behind support of capital punishment.
Joseph Stango, a Southbury resident who in 2005 attempted to bring his 83-year-old mother, Dora, home from a nursing facility. Because his mother's care was paid by Medicaid, Stango was told that her benefits would not follow her home. As a result, he was forced to leave her in the nursing facility. He then began advocating legislators at the State Capitol to create the “Money Follows the Person” program.
Rep. Larry Butler with members of the Holy Cross High School Football team in Waterbury.