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State Representative
Toni E. Walker
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Legislative Office Building, Room 2702
Hartford, CT 06106-1591
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Rep. Walker welcomed students from Gateway Community College's Committed 2 College (C2C) program. They attended an Appropriations public hearing, toured the Capitol and got to spend time with Rep. Walker and Rep. Patricia Billie Miller.
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Reps. Walker and Gary Holder-Winfield meeting with local Girl Scouts.
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Rep. Toni Walker and Sen. Toni Harp announced the Appropriations Committee's proposed spending plan for the next two fiscal years. The budget specifics reflect compromises between the governor's proposed budget in early February and this one. This budget is not far off from what Governor Malloy proposed.
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Representative Toni Walker met with visiting students from Southern Connecticut State University’s Social Work Department and the Connecticut NASW for their annual SCSU Lobby Day at the Capitol.  Representative Walker spoke with BSW students and faculty about the importance of social workers involvement in the political arena in order to advocate for services and programs that impact our most vulnerable populations. In the photo, Rep. Walker is seen highlighting the fact that when she began her work at the Capitol there were only four legislators at the time who held an MSW degree. "We're here to be the voice for the people who don't have one," she said.
Rep. Walker was visiting with Commissioner Pryor and other legislators to visit the children attending Helen Street School with the new school readiness slots made available this past session with our budget.
More than 50 photos of Connecticut public servants are on display at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. The photo collection by Stamford photographer Tim Coffey is known as “Connecticut’s Political Landscape” and is Coffey's second exhibition at the LOB.
Rep. Walker getting to know a friendly reptile from the Beardsley Zoo.
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Rep. Walker, with Rep. Bruce Morris and PCSW's Teresa Younger, at MBE Day.
Toni Walker at a recent forum on the impact of poverty, race and education on a family's economic success.
Rep. Walker joins members of Alpha Kappa Alpha at Gateway Community College for an in-district forum.
Rep. Walker stands with Sen. Harp and PCSW Executive Director Teresa Younger before a forum on the impact of the economy on women.
March 24 – Rear from left to right Sen. Eric Coleman (D-Bloomfield, Hartford, Windsor), Sen. Ed Gomes (D-Bridgeport), Rep. Toni Walker celebrate the expansion of the Child FIRST program which provides early childhood care and support for families across Connecticut.
Rep. Walker speaks at a press conference in favor of the STRIDE Program.
The STRIDE Program is designed to provide participants with job readiness, job search, job placement, and job retention skills and supports that will promote access to higher paying, personally relevant jobs. These jobs satisfy local labor market demands statewide. Participants are non-custodial parents currently incarcerated at York Correctional Institution in Niantic and Bergin Correctional Institution in Storrs. Participants receive one/one counseling and group supports as well as pre and post release case management services. In addition, community transition plans address barriers and needs regarding housing, transportation, clothing and family reunification. STRIDE is made possible through the collaborative efforts of CT's state legislators, the CT Departments of Corrections, Labor, & Social Services Welfare to Work Initiative.
Representative Toni Walker, Raise The Age and the National Juvenile Justice network at a press conference today against turning back the clock on raising the age for juvenile jurisdiction.
Rep. Toni Walker joins AARP and colleagues against cuts to services for seniors.