At MARC in Middletown, Sen. Suzio Pushes for a State Budget

July 26, 2017

State Senator Len Suzio attends a press conference with Mayor Drew and State Rep Lesser at MARC in Middletown, CT on July 26, 2017. Family members, workers and and clients addressed the gathering regarding the forced closure of day programs for people with disabilities due to the budget stalemate at the CT General Assembly.


MIDDLETOWN – Sen. Len Suzio on July 26 visited MARC at 124 Washington Street to join with area residents in calling for an end to the state budget stalemate.  (On the web:

Suzio noted that the failure of state lawmakers to pass a budget is negatively impacting non-profit providers and their clients by forcing the closure of day programs.

Suzio is calling upon the Connecticut Speaker of the House and the President Pro Tempore of the State Senate to sign an emergency certification for the Legislature to pass a state budget as soon as possible.

Suzio’s petition urging state lawmakers to pass a budget is posted at

“Vital services for thousands of our neediest citizens throughout Connecticut are being suspended and slashed due to the failure of the legislature to pass a budget,” Suzio said. “Local budgets are also in limbo.  Our message is simple: We want legislative leaders to do their jobs and pass a Connecticut budget.”

Suzio is endorsing the Connecticut Senate Republican budget solution which protects state funding for non-profit providers like MARC.

The line-by-line Senate Republican plan, which has been vetted by non-partisan analysts and is ready to be voted upon, can be read

*Suzio ([email protected]) represents the 13th Senate District communities of Cheshire, Meriden, Middlefield, Middletown and Rockfall.  He can be reached at 800-842-1421.