Nov 06, 2018
Jan 02, 2018 - Aug 08, 2018
Made up of 151 members, the Connecticut House of Representatives is the lowerchamber of the Connecticut General Assembly. Each member represents a district of about 22,600 residents, serving 2 year terms not subject to term limits. Unlike the other state legislatures, all legislative committees in Connecticut are join committees of the upper and lower house. Such Committees range from an Aging Committee to a Veterans' Affairs Committees. Primary responsibilities of a Representative include: enacting laws, overseeing programs enacted by the executive branch, holding hearings on policies, allocating funds to pay for the daily workings of the state, and redistricting in collaboration with other Representatives and the Senate. The yearly salary for a Colorado State Senator is $28,000.