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Connecticut’s Economy from War to Peace: Practical, Public Actions
Connecticut’s cities and town’s are gasping for breath. Families don’t have food, are losing housing, lack health care. Covid-19 has made things worse. Water and sewage systems, streets and sidewalks, parks cannot be maintained. Are the only solutions to tax more, borrow, lay off, suspend pension payments?

*Not building 1 F-35 nuclear bomber would provide FOOD for over 21,000 3-person families for 1 year.
* Not building 1 modern nuclear-missile sub
would provide HOUSING for over 29,000
families for 1 year.
*Not funding the new Space Force for 2021 would provide 2.2 million families with MEDICAL CARE for 1 year
* Cutting Connecticut‘s annual IRS War Tax by half would provide 35 thousand INFRASTRUCTURE JOBS for 4 years

Speakers:

*Prof. Richard Wolff, Economist
*Danny Sjursen, Veterans For Peace leader, Moderator
*Ben Florsheim, Mayor Middletown, CT,
*Adrian Huq New Haven Climate Movement Youth Activist
Joe Jamison, Coordinator, Move the Money To Human Needs

Sponsored by the • Connecticut Peace & Solidarity Coalition, • Veterans For Peace 42 CT, • Greater New Haven Peace Council
contact: Steve Krevisky:
skrevisky@mxcc.commnet.edu

Jan 9, 2021 01:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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