Kupchick speaks with local high schoolers


State Rep. Brenda Kupchick recently spoke to a civics class at Fairfield Warde High School.

State Rep. Brenda Kupchick went back to school recently to explain the role of representatives in state government.

Kupchick spoke to Charles Flynn’s civics class at Fairfield Warde High school about the structure of the Connecticut General Assembly and how a bill becomes a law from proposal conception to final bill signed by the governor.

Kupchick also answered questions on topics including current and proposed laws from shortening the school year to a bill to add a mandatory minimum criminal penalty for those who play the “knock out game”.

“I really enjoy spending time talking with students and answering their questions directly,” Kupchick said. “Young people don’t always feel they are taken seriously and judging by the questions asked, they are interested with the laws passed in Hartford, laws that directly affect them.”

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