From UUCM Earth Day Service 4/19/2020

Environmental Action Resources

Current Legislative Actions: CT League of Conservation Voters:

CT Sierra

Interreligious Eco-Justice CT

Webinar: Drowning in Plastic: A Green Forum on Plastic Pollution Tuesday, April 28 6:30pm-8:00pm. To register visit RSVP will be on the right side of the page. You will need to RSVP to receive the webinar link.

VOTING: One of your greatest Actions for Social Justice!

Your Right, Your Privilege, Your Responsibility

CT Primary has been rescheduled to June 2, 2020

This is the time to make sure you are registered.

If you have recently moved,  haven’t voted for awhile or are just curious you can check your registration at

If aren’t registered, you can register on line at to vote in the primary on June 2nd you must register on line by April 28, 2020. 
You may use the Online system to (1) register to vote in Connecticut, (2) change your name and/or address on your current registration record, or (3) enroll in a political party or change party enrollment (changing parties may result in losing rights in all parties for three months).
If you move you must re-register to vote in your new town of residence.  You can also use this form to change your address if you move within your current town of residence.

-You should receive confirmation within 3 weeks. If you do not, contact the Registrar of Voters in your town.

-You are not a voter until your application is approved by Registrar of Voters.

-You can wait to register on Election Day, but must register at your designated Election Day Registration location, beginning at 6 am and ending at 8 pm.   Please plan to arrive early in the day as there may be long lines. You must be registered by 8 pm in order to vote. You will need to provide proof of identity and residency.

A Moral Budget for Connecticut

On April 4th many people, those that are a part of D.U.E. Justice Coalition, Moral Monday CT, several Connecticut Unions and Faith based groups, including UU churches, met at the CT Legislative Offices to demand that Gov. Lamont & CT legislators pass MORAL BUDGET that will:

Ensure good jobs & fair Wages
Protect vital public services
Fully fund Public Schools
Protect and expand quality, affordable health care
Expand clean energy & protects the environment
Advance a shared prosperity for all

On May 20th we will once again stand in solidarity and urge our elected leaders to pass a MORAL BUDGET that supports all Connecticut residents and asks the wealthy to pay their fair share.  Honoring the memory of The Rev., Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and fight for income equality in CT

Please join us 4p  the Ct Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Ave, Hartford.  Let’s together address our concerns to all the legislators and the governor.   This is your House:  You are needed!  See you at 4pm on May 20th at the LOB.

Moral Budget for CT