Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman - Archive
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Lt. GOVERNOR WYMAN, FEMA OFFICIALS TO ASSESS DAMAGE IN EAST LYME, WATERFORD AND GROTON
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today will guide Federal Emergency Management Administration officials through storm-damaged areas in East Lyme, Waterford and Groton.
Lt. Governor Visits Storm Damaged Areas
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman on Wednesday, August 31st, will visit storm-damaged areas in Guilford, Bristol, Southbury and New Milford, where she will speak to residents and confer with local officials about their recovery operations and how the state can assist.
Courtney & Wyman To View Hurricane Damage
Congressman Joe Courtney and Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman TOMORROW (Tuesday) from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. will view shoreline towns hit by Hurricane Irene. They will be joined at the three stops - Madison, Clinton and Old Saybrook - by each town's First Selectman.
Hurricane Irene Website Launched
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today launched a website dedicated to keeping state residents up-to-date on Hurricane Irene, its potential track, and the work the state is doing to keep residents safe.
Members of CT Health Insurance Exchange Announced
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today announced the 14 members of the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange, which by 2014 will offer individuals a variety of coverage options.
State Receives $6.7 Million Federal Grant to Create Health Insurance Exchange
Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today announced that the state has secured a $6.7 million federal grant to help create the Connecticut Health Insurance Exchange, which by 2014 will offer individuals and small businesses a variety of coverage options.
Lt. Governor Wyman Says State Seeking Nominations For Connecticut Veterans' Hall of Fame
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today announced that the state is seeking nominations for the Connecticut Veterans' Hall of Fame, which recognizes distinguished veterans who have made significant contributions to their communities after leaving military service.
Lt Governor to Welcome Returning Troops
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman on Friday will welcome home a contingent of Connecticut National Guard troops returning from duty.
Public Invited to Wall of Honor Ceremony
The public is invited to attend the annual addendum ceremony at the Wall of Honor on Thursday, May 26, when seven Connecticut soldiers killed in the last year will join the 49 heroes previously lost in Iraq and Afghanistan
"Person-Centered Medical Home" To Expand Statewide
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman joined State Representative Michelle Cook (D-65 th District), Office of Policy and Management Secretary Benjamin Barnes, Department of Social Services (DSS) Commissioner Roderick Bremby and others to announce the next steps in Connecticut's plan to bring fundamental change to the way state health care programs serve nearly 600,000 residents.
Lt Governor to Welcome Returning Troops
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman on Friday will welcome home a contingent of Connecticut National Guard troops returning from duty in Kosovo.
Lt Governor Wyman to Speak at CT Invention Convention
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman will join Gov. Dannel Malloy, House Speaker Christopher Donovan and other officials from government, education and business Wednesday in addressing more than 170 student inventors competing in the 28 th annual Connecticut Invention Convention.
Wyman & Police Announce Crackdown on Distracted Driving
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman and the Connecticut State Police will hold a news conference on Monday, March 28 to announce the launch of a police crackdown on distracted driving during the first two weeks of April.
Lt Governor Goes to Washington
Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman will join more than half of the nation's Lieutenant Governors in Washington D.C. this week for an exchange on the nation's economy sponsored by the National Lieutenant Governors Association (NLGA).
Wyman Joins Efforts to Build West Haven Fisher House for Disabled Veterans
Wyman Joins Efforts to Build Fisher House in West Haven - The Friends of Fisher House in Connecticut have been joined by Lieutenant Governor Nancy Wyman in their effort to build Connecticut's first Fisher House on the grounds of the Veteran's Administration Medical Center in West Haven.