Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Sets an Environmental Agenda in Hartford

The 2019 regular session of the Connecticut General Assembly adjourned on June 5 with the behind-the-scenes bipartisan Connecticut League of Conservation Voters — a legislative watchdog on environmental issues —  tallying a number of victories. Now with just four months until the next session convenes on February 5th, 2020, CTLCV Executive Director Lori Brown and Deputy Director Amanda Schoen, sat down at our office on Friday to highlight what they say are key issues for the environment and the next legislative session. “A Waste Crisis” More than a decade ago when cities and towns in Connecticut began to move to