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State Representative
Jonathan Steinberg
Proudly Serving Westport
Legislative Office Building, Room 4032
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
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Bill signings in Governor Malloy's office. Utility rate regulation and sustainable generation, both critical pieces of legislation, July 2015.
A constructive legislative recap sponsored by the Westport/Weston Chamber of Commerce and CBIA, July 2015
Talking manufacturing at the Manufacturing Consortium meeting at Housatonic Community College, May 2015. With Rich DuPont, interim director of the advanced manufacturing center at HCC, Rep. Selim Noujaim (R-74), Lindy Gold, DECD, and Chris Caruso, DOL.
Signing the Pledge Against Using the "R" Word, May 2015.
Rallying with the Connecticut Early Childhood Alliance and their mascot in opposition to proposed cuts to early childhood education initiatives, April 2015.
Engaging in a dialogue on public libraries with Maxine Bleiweis, Executive Director of the Westport Library, April 2015.
Learning Quite a Bit at a Forum to Combat Homelessness, April 2015.
Speaking as the Chairman of the MORE Commission to the Hartford Business Journal Municipal Collaboration Summit, March 2015. (courtesy of J. Fiereck Photography)
What a pot of gold is at the State Capitol on St. Patrick's Day...some tasty chocolate, March 2015.
Testifying before the Environment Committee Supporting the Expansion of the Ban on Pesticides on School Grounds, March 2015.
Supporting Community Action Day at the Capitol, March 2015
Celebrating the Year of the Goat with LG Wyman, State Senator Tony Hwang and State Rep. William Tong, Feb 2015
In Dialogue with the Connecticut Rail Council and its Mission to Safeguard Rail Riders, Feb 2015
Rep. Steinberg Taking the Reins of the MORE Commission in its Pursuit of Streamlined Government, Feb 2015
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Representative Steinberg joined Westporters in protesting a proposed cell tower in a residential neighborhood.  He encouraged them to make it a community initiative to let the cell tower company know it must find a more appropriate alternative site.
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Rep. Steinberg thanking his 2014 General Assembly Intern, Sabrina Schell for her capable service, May 2014.
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February 18, 2014
State Rep. Jonathan Steinberg of Westport recounted Metro-North missteps at the "commuter speakout" at the Pequot Library in Southport tonight. He said his constituents were stranded on trains and a woman from Westport was struck by a train and the local police department was not notified. "Unacceptable," he said. Dave Matlow for
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December, 2013
Celebrating the signing of the GMO labeling bill with the Governor.
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October, 2013
Speaking with a Westport business owner during a Chamber of Commerce event
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October, 2013
Rep. Steinberg Participates in a Green Economy Forum Sponsored by the Connecticut Mirror
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September, 2013
Rep. Steinberg at the Long Island Sound Coastal Conference.
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July 19, 2013
Members of Westport's Gault family receive a state citation from Rep. Steinberg. The Gault’s were recognized for their service to Fairfield County residents for the past 150 years at their Energy & Stone business.
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April 24, 2013
Governor Dannel Malloy joins Rep. Steinberg in thanking his intern, Alex South from Southbury for his help during the 2013 General Assembly Session.
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April 2, 2013
DEEP Commissioner Esty and Other Area Legislators at Sherwood Island Celebrating Connecticut’s 100 Years of State Parks.
Gun control
February 14, 2013
Rep. Steinberg Attends Rally for Common Sense Weapon Regulations at the State Capitol.
December 24, 2012
WestportNews-Paul Schott
December 12, 2012
Rep. Steinberg adds his voice to the GMO labeling issue at a rally outside the State Armory in December 2012.
November 27, 2012
Rep. Steinberg speaking today about the 12 worst polluters in New England.
May 4, 2012
Rep. Steinberg joined a lawmakers and advocates at a rally in front of the State Capitol this morning in support of legislation (HB 5117) that would require the labeling of genetically modified (GMO) foods.
Rep. Jonathan Steinberg
April 2, 2012
Rep. Steinberg met with Westport teachers and parents this evening to hear their thoughts about proposed education legislation to improve schools that have failed to support students in their academic growth. He noted that, “Westport is doing an excellent job educating our students and perhaps there are lessons learned here that could be shared with the other schools around the state to help close Connecticut’s unacceptable achievement gap.”

Rep. Jonathan Steinberg
March 8, 2012
Rep. Steinberg joined other lawmakers and advocates in speaking out today against an attempt to repeal the state's ban on using pesticides on school grounds. READ MORE
Steinberg on Education Reform
March 1, 2012
Rep. Steinberg joined State Senators John McKinney and Toni Boucher as part of a bipartisan discussion about education reform at Westport Town Hall this evening.
February 20, 2012
Politicians and labor leaders gathered today at a bridge (background) carrying I-95 traffic over Westport's Saugatuck Avenue (Route 33) that has been ranked first in Fairfield County and the fourth in the state for being structurally deficient with the highest traffic volume. Congressmen Jim Himes (D-4) (at podium) and Chris Murphy (D-5) (2nd l) were among those urging passage of a transportation bill that funds infrastructure improvements and puts American construction workers back to work. Westport First Selectman Gordon Joseloff (r) said he welcomed the push for more infrastructure funding but said he was embarrassed that Westport, one of the nation's most affluent communities, had the dubious distinction of having Fairfield County's No. 1 highly trafficked structurally deficient bridge.
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Westport State Rep. Jonathan Steinberg and students helped cleanup Westport beaches this past Saturday. Steinberg and the students were part of Ocean Conservancy's 26th annual International Coastal Cleanup (ICC) Day.
Representative Jonathan Steinberg and State Senator Bob Duff presenting a Connecticut State Legislative Citation to Music Theatre of Connecticut's Founders and Directors Kevin Connors and Jim Schilling in recognition of Music Theatre of Connecticut's winning the 2011 Tom Killen Memorial Award for Outstanding Contribution to Connecticut Professional Theatre by the Connecticut Critics' Circle.
Rep. Jonathan Steinberg, left, joins First Selectman Gordon Joseloff, Steve Parrish, former First Selectwoman Diane Farrell, Jim Marpe, and the Rev. Jeffrey Rider to celebrate Green's Farms Church 300th anniversary.
Rep. Jonathan Steinberg, left, performs with members of Westport's Green Village Initiative in "Forbidden Westport." Presented by the Westport Sunrise Rotary Club, the performance raised funds for Homes with Hope, a Westport-based nonprofit organization.
Rep. Jonathan Steinberg & and Westport First Selectman Gordon Joseloff cut the ribbon at the brand new Michele's Pies located at 180 Post Road East.
Westport's State Reps. Jonathan Steinberg & Kim Fawcett meeting with constituents at Starbucks on Cedar Road to hear their thoughts about the state budget.
After listening to Governor Malloy's budget address today, Jonathan said, "Governor Malloy displayed exactly the type of leadership Connecticut needs now. I appreciate his boldness in seeking real reforms and am encouraged by his focus on job creation, education and transportation. I have some concerns about the proposed taxes, and am currently reviewing the entire budget to learn more."
The Westport Public Library tonight honored George Wagner, assistant library director, on his retirement after 23 years. Newly elected state Rep. Jonathan Steinberg presented Wagner with a citation from the state’s General Assembly, telling him: “George, I know you are excited about this, but I am even more excited because this is the first legislative citation I have given.” Phyllis Groner for
Enjoying the annual League of Women Voters of Westport “Pie and Politics” event tonight at the Green’s Farms Church were three newly elected or re-elected state legislators (l-r)—Sen. Toni Boucher, Reps. Kim Fawcett and Jonathan Steinberg. They spent well over two hours sharing pie and ideas and plans for the new legislative session in Hartford. Phyllis Groner for