Press Releases

October 2014
Blumenthal Urges New Ebola Czar To Adopt Connecticut Protocols
Blumenthal Statement On Retirement Of GM General Counsel Michael Millikin
Blumenthal Calls On CDC To Adopt Connecticut’s More Stringent Standards To Protect Public From Ebola
BLUMENTHAL CALLS ON NATIONAL SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION TO END PLANNED PARTNERSHIP WITH BIG TOBACCO YOUTH TOBACCO PREVENTION PROGRAM
Release: Blumenthal Issues Statement On $105 Million Consent Decree Over AT&T Cramming Allegations
September 2014
Blumenthal Statement On FCC Vote To End Federal Sports Blackout Rule
Blumenthal Unveils New Legislation To Expand And Improve Public Service Loan Forgiveness
After Attending White House Event, Blumenthal Applauds Launch of Administration’s “It’s On Us” Public Awareness Campaign To Help Prevent Campus Sexual Assault
Blumenthal Statement On Senate Vote On Continuing Resolution, Authority To Train And Equip Moderate Syrian Opposition Forces
Blumenthal, Murphy Applaud Judiciary Committee Approval Of Victor Bolden To Be United States District Court Judge
Blumenthal, Murphy Applaud Confirmation Of CT Veterans Affairs Commissioner Linda Spoonster Schwartz
BLUMENTHAL STATEMENT ON NHTSA FAILURES AND GM FEINBERG COMPENSATION FUND INTERIM REPORT
Blumenthal Statement On Administration Strategy To Counter ISIL
Blumenthal Statement On NFL Handling Of Ray Rice Video
In response to confirmed data breach at Home Depot stores, Blumenthal and Markey call for FTC investigation
Blumenthal Calls on NFL to Issue Stiffer Penalty for Ravens Runningback Ray Rice
Blumenthal, Schumer To Introduce Comprehensive Legislation To Enforce And Enhance Rail Safety Following Series Of High Profile Catastrophes And Disruptions
BLUMENTHAL APPLAUDS CVS AS PHARMACY OFFICIALLY STOPS SELLING TOBACCO PRODUCTS IN ALL STORES
NEW REPORT EXPOSES EXTENSIVE DELAYS IN DANBURY WOMEN’S PRISON RENOVATIONS; BLUMENTHAL, MURPHY, ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK AUTHOR PIPER KERMAN TO CALL ON BUREAU OF PRISONS TO EXPEDITE TRANSITION AND MITIGATE HARM
August 2014
BLUMENTHAL STATEMENT ON NFL’S NEW PENALTIES FOR DOMESTIC VIOLENCE