Official Twitter account of U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal, proudly working for the people of Connecticut.
Our work here is by no means done. And as long as outstanding hospitals such as this one continue working, Congress must too. To do anything less is simply not an option. That is why the Senate must act on the Heroes Act—providing an additional $100B in hospital funding.
TODAY at 4:30PM, I’m hosting a tele-town hall to answer CT constituents’ questions on #COVID19 & other important topics. Looking forward to hearing from you & providing an update on Congress’ work. Tune in:
Too many red flags to ignore: The IG should investigate any potential favoritism or conflicts of interest. Congress must also pass the CORE Act—protecting IG independence & strengthening oversight.
Heroes work at @SaintMarysCT . They comfort patients & their families here, they treat the sick here, & they save lives here. We are forever indebted to the work of every single person in this building each day to change & save lives. Thank you all.
Transit workers are showing up day in & day out during this pandemic to ensure people can get where they need to go, from essential jobs to doctors appointments. I’ll keep fighting for funding to provide much needed PPE & heroes pay.
This morning’s classified coronavirus briefing should have been made fully open to the American people—they would be as appalled & astonished as I am by the inadequacy of preparedness & prevention.
Retweet if you agree should delay Thursday’s vote pend #NetNeutralityng a full investigation of possible bot interference in the public comment process. The future of our internet is simply too important.