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State Representative
Matt Ritter
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Legislative Office Building, Room 3004
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
(860) 240-8585 | 1-800-842-8267
Matthew.Ritter@cga.ct.gov

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It was great speaking with residents of Mary Mahoney Village on Vine Street in Hartford and representatives of the Hartford Housing Authority.

Rep. Ritter joined Sen. Chris Murphy at a Press Conference to Bring Attention to CT's Growing Religious Exemption Rate.

Rep. Ritter Chairing the first Public Health Committee Meeting of the 2015-2016 legislative session.

Rep. Ritter was honored to receive the North Central Regional Mental Health Board’s annual legislative award.

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Rep. Ritter at National Night Out with Councilman Larry Deutsch, Police Chief Rovella and other members of the Hartford Police Department.

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Rep. Matt Ritter joined Hartford legislators and officials, Governor Malloy, Lt. Governor Wyman, and UConn President Herbst to announce that UConn will be moving their West Hartford campus to Downtown Hartford.

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Rep. Matt Ritter pictured with students from Classical Magnet and Hartford Magnet Trinity College Academy during "Sheff" day at the State Capitol. Matt is also pictured with Elizabeth Horton Sheff whose son was the lead plaintiff in the case when it was filed in the 1980s.

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Rep. Matt Ritter spoke with fourth graders at Metacomet Elementary School in Bloomfield about how our state government works, which is a topic they are studying this year.

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Rep. Ritter at the Vets Ride 2 Recovery event, which was held in Hartford on September 9. The stop in Hartford was part of the 425-mile bike ride from Lexington, MA to Philadelphia, PA by over 200 injured veterans.

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Rep. Ritter pictured with Rep. Giegler, Hartford resident Donna Thompson-Daniel who had the idea for the law, and Governor Dannel P. Malloy at the ceremonial bill signing of PA 13-22. This law will increase the penalty for going through a crosswalk while a crossing guard is in it, to $450.

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I was happy to join AIDS CT as they held their 2nd annual HIV/AIDS Legislative Breakfast at their Connections drop in center on Albany Avenue. The purpose of the breakfast is to raise awareness about HIV in the City, and give area legislators a chance to hear from people living with HIV as to how services make a difference in their lives.

"AIDS is still a crisis in CT and in the City of Hartford. We need to continue to be vigilant with HIV prevention education, and, housing and care for those living with the disease.", said Shawn Lang, Director of Public Policy with AIDS CT.


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Representative Matthew Ritter spoke with 4th graders at the Metacomet School in Bloomfield
on Thursday, January 24, 2013.

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State Rep. Matt Ritter gives the commencement address to graduating eighth graders at the Martin Luther King Jr. School in Hartford.

Hartford’s legislative delegation welcomes Weaver High School’s state championship girls basketball team, coaches and school principal to the State Capitol where they recognized the team in the House of Representatives.

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March 21, 2012
REP. RITTER JOINS 24-HOUR READING OF STOWE’S UNCLE TOM’S CABIN
State Representative Matthew Ritter helped kick off a 24-hour reading that began Tuesday morning of the 19th century literary classic Uncle Tom’s Cabin sponsored by the Harriet Beecher Stowe Center in Hartford. READ MORE

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Rep. Matthew Ritter encourages students to seek employment and internship opportunities this summer during "Sign Up for Summer Day" sponsored by Capital Workforce Partners and the Urban League of Greater Hartford at Hartford Public High School on Feb 28.

State Rep. Matt Ritter welcomes students from the Achievement First Hartford Academy to the State Capitol complex. A group of 65 6th graders joined Ritter for a mock debate at the Legislative Office Building and then took a tour of the historical Capitol.

State Rep. Matt Ritter joins students at his alma mater Noah Webster elementary school in Hartford as they welcome the 2011 NCAA Champion UConn men's basketball team who stopped by the school on their way to the State Capitol for the annual Husky Day celebration.