Tag Archives: Governor Malloy

Malloy Right About Drug-Law Racism (Letter to the Editor)

(This letter was published in the Hartford Courant on May 21, 2015) I congratulate Gov. Dannel P. Malloy for his bold attempt to address racism in our criminal justice and drug policy statutes, and I am mystified as to why … Continue reading

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What Does the World Require of Us?

In the midst of news reports, candle-light vigils, politicians and clergy speaking words of comfort, conversations with loved-ones and with strangers, advice from trauma specialists, lists of what to say to kids in the aftermath of unspeakable violence; in the … Continue reading

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People of Faith Still Fighting for Universal Health Care

Earlier this week, (Oct. 9) I was present when the Business Plan Work Group of Gov. Dannel Malloy’s Health Care Cabinet presented its recommendations for health care reform in the state. As a faith leader who has been advocating for health care reform … Continue reading

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HEALTH CARE ACTION DAY at the State Capitol – April 25th

This is one of those moments where it feels like immense power is standing in the way of basic human rights and nothing any of us does or says or prays seems to make a difference.   Connecticut has a … Continue reading

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Morning Vigil for Those Who’ve Lost Their Lives Because the System is *STILL* Broken

Join the Interfaith Fellowship’s Prayer Vigil forthe SustiNet Cabinet! Tuesday March 13th 8:30-9am 10 Columbus Blvd. – 7th Floor Hartford, CT CT Health & Educational Facilities Authority (CHEFA) (Parking available on Charter Oak Ave., Columbus, and Taylor) Join the Fellowship … Continue reading

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Prayers for Health Care

About 75 souls turned out for the Interfaith Fellowship for Universal Health Care’s prayeraction this morning. First we marched from the Legislative Office Building to the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection where the Sustinet Cabinet was holding its monthly … Continue reading

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Valentines Wishes for Governor Malloy and the Sustinet Cabinet

Where’s the love? That’s what the Interfaith Fellowship for Universal Health Care wants to  know this Valentine’s Day. Specifically, we’d like to know where Governor Malloy’s love is. And we’d like to know where the Sustinet Cabinet’s love is. The … Continue reading

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Praying for Health Care Justice

Members of the Interfaith Fellowship for Universal Healthcare gathered on Tuesday morning for public prayer prior to the January meeting of the Sustinet Cabinet. For those who may not remember, Sustinet is the name of a proposed health care public … Continue reading

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Health Care, Job Growth and the Holy Power in Our Lives

My sons and I joined with hundreds of other healthcare4every1 activists to send a message to Gov. Malloy and the legislature: Health Care = Job Growth. We demonstrated along with other members of UUS:E (pictured here: Rhona Cohen, Nancy Parker, Al Benford) during the … Continue reading

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Hartford Faith Leaders Push Malloy On Urban Job Creation

Published in the Connecticut News Junkie|October 18, 2011 by Christine Stuart Hartford area faith leaders pushed Gov. Dannel P. Malloy Monday to include an urban focused jobs plan as part of the Oct. 26 special session agenda, but Malloy was … Continue reading

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