CT housing advocates say they’re tired of waiting for change

CT Mirror | By: Ginny Monk

“We are here today with solutions,” said Chelsea Ross, executive director of the Partnership for Strong Communities. “We are here to remind our leaders that people all around the state are hurting because they don’t have housing or don’t have housing they can afford.”

Lawmakers have said that there likely won’t be changes to the budget during this session. State workers have found more than $300 million in unspent COVID relief funds so far, said House Speaker Rep. Matt Ritter, D-Hartford.

Liles said the press conference was a call-to-action for lawmakers. Housing advocates have laid out a plan, and lawmakers need to act, she said.

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