The Connecticut Congressional delegation is once again in the forefront of helping the country celebrate science and reason. For the third year in a row, Representative Jim Himes (D, CT-4) has sponsored a resolution designating “Darwin Day” and recognizing the importance of science in the betterment of humanity. House Resolution 548 is co-sponsored this year by representative Elizabeth Esty (D, CT-5).
For the second year in a row, Senator Richard Blumenthal (D) has sponsored a resolution expressing support for the designation of “Darwin Day” and recognizing the importance of science in the betterment of humanity. Senate Resolution 337 currently has no co-sponsors so feel free to contact Senator Chris Murphy (D) to sign on.
These resolutions will make celebrating Darwin Day 2016 in Connecticut very special. For information on Connecticut’s oldest and largest Darwin Day celebration, visit DarwinDayCT.org. For other Darwin Day celebrations in Connecticut and elsewhere in the world, visit DarwinDay.org.