Representative Christopher Davis

State Lawmakers to Host Budget Forum

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HARTFORD – State Rep. Christopher Davis (R-57) announced that he will be hosting district-wide budgets updates in East Windsor and Ellington in December. Rep Davis said all residents are encouraged to attend any of informational forums on the budget to ask questions and to provide their thoughts about the budget.

In East Windsor, Rep. Davis will be co-hosting the forums with Rep. Carol Hall.

East Windsor:

December 6th – East Windsor Senior Center – 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

December 11th – East Windsor Town Hall – 6:00 to 7:30 p.m.

The Ellington forums will be held on the following days and times:

Ellington:

December 5th – Ellington Senior Center – 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

December 7th – Ellington Town Hall – 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. with Senator Tony Guglielmo.

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Davis Participates in MetroHartford Alliance Legislative Meeting

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HARTFORD – State Representative Chris Davis (R- Ellington) participated in MetroHartford Alliance’s legislative informational forum regarding the status of the state budget. Rep. Davis was able to speak to the long-term structural reforms in the budget, which focused primarily on an overall state spending cap and bonding cap. Additionally, these reforms also included a new legislative requirement mandating that all state union contracts go to a vote before the General Assembly. Davis went on to mention, “I appreciated the opportunity to update the Alliance about the budget process and final budget agreement that was approved at the end of October. Discussions, like these, about the financial status of the State of Connecticut with some of our state’s top leaders in their respective industries are critical to building a better economy and even brighter future for our state.”

 

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Davis Participates in MetroHartford Alliance Legislative Meeting

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HARTFORDState Representative Chris Davis (R- Ellington) participated in MetroHartford Alliance’s legislative informational forum regarding the status of the state budget. Rep. Davis was able to speak to the long-term structural reforms in the budget, which focused primarily on an overall state spending cap and bonding cap. Additionally, these reforms also included a new legislative requirement mandating that all state union contracts go to a vote before the General Assembly. Davis went on to mention, “I appreciated the opportunity to update the Alliance about the budget process and final budget agreement that was approved at the end of October. Discussions, like these, about the financial status of the State of Connecticut with some of our state’s top leaders in their respective industries are critical to building a better economy and even brighter future for our state.”

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