“Suzio’s views on reproductive rights can best be described as condescending with a side of archaic.”
Last night, the Connecticut state senator for district 13 (which includes Middletown), Len Suzio, hosted a town hall meeting at Russell Library. The unexpectedly large crowd contained over 100 Wesleyan students, expressing deep concern about a “parental notification bill” introduced by Suzio, HB 5566 which would inform the parents of a minor if said minor wished to obtain an abortion. Many concerned Middletown residents were also in attendance, and the meeting had to be moved to a larger space in order to accommodate the audience. Read past the jump for more on what transpired at the town hall and a video of an exchange with the senator.
Are you a fan of Russell Library on Broad Street? From Patricia Tully, Wes Librarian:
Bringing Together People and Ideas for the Future of Russell Library
2 PUBLIC FORUMS:
Wednesday, October 10 at 6:00pm, and
Saturday, November 10 at 9:00am
Russell Library, 123 Broad Street, Hubbard Room
Russell Library is Middletown’s public library, offering a wide variety of resources, services and programs to the the city’s residents including the Wesleyan community. This fall Russell Library is developing a strategic plan, and Library Director Art Meyers is seeking input from the community:
When people and ideas come together this fall to participate in Russell Library’s planning project, good things will happen for the Library and for all of Middletown. Everyone who cares about Middletown and Russell Library can be part of the Library’s planning project. You and your ideas are welcome because those ideas will shape the future.