WASHINGTON—U.S. Senator Chris Murphy (D-Conn.), a member of the U.S. Senate Health, Education, Labor and Pensions Committee, along with U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal (D-Conn.), and U.S.
WASHINGTON - Representatives Jahana Hayes (CT-05), John Larson (CT-01), and Rosa DeLauro (CT-03) led a letter to the Social Security Administration (SSA) Commissioner, Andrew Saul, with support from Representatives Joe Courtney (CT-02), Jim Himes (CT-04), and Jan Schakowsky (IL-09).
WASHINGTON — Congresswoman Hayes and House Democrats introduced the Families First Coronavirus Response Act to address the severe impacts of the coronavirus on Americans’ personal safety and financial security. This second relief package by Congress in just two weeks will ensure free Coronavirus testing for all Americans.
WASHINGTON, – Today, Congresswoman Jahana Hayes joined Congresswomen Rosa DeLauro (CT-03), Congressman Jim McGovern (MA-02), Congresswoman Barbara Lee (CA-13), Congresswoman Marcia Fudge (OH-11), Congresswoman Deb Haaland (NM-01), Congresswoman Chellie Pingree (ME-01)
WASHINGTON - Congresswoman Jahana Hayes joined fellow House Democrats in introducing legislation to protect the safety of health care workers caring for patients with the coronavirus. The COVID-19 Worker Protection Act of 2020 (H.R.
WATERBURY - Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (CT-5) issued the following statement regarding the first confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19) in CT, involving an employee working at Danbury Hospital and Norwalk Hospital:
WASHINGTON - Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (CT-5) voted today on a bipartisan, bicameral agreement for the $8.3 billion emergency coronavirus response funding package.
WASHINGTON - Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (CT-5) joined Speaker Nancy Pelosi, Chairman Bobby Scott (VA-3), Congressman Donald Norcross, (NJ-1), and national education leaders to address the drastic need for investment in the infrastructure of our schools.
WASHINGTON - Congresswoman Jahana Hayes (CT-5) voted in favor of H.R. 2339, the Protecting American Lungs and Reversing the Youth Tobacco Epidemic Act of 2019. In 2019, the number of middle and high school students using tobacco reached 5.3 million, a staggering surge of 3 million over the span of two years.