HB5386 – AN ACT CONCERNING VARIOUS PAY EQUITY AND FAIRNESS MATTERS has passed the House by a final vote tally of: 142-4.
I was happy to support this bipartisan provision. In 2016, women in Connecticut made 79 cents on the dollar compared to men, according to the NWLC. On average, women made $529,160 less than their male counterparts over their lifetime.
I’m proud to support #payequity and #fairness for women. It’s time.
TORRINGTON – State Representative Brian Ohler (R-64) has been named as one of Litchfield County Leaders Under 40. The Northwest Connecticut Chamber of Commerce’s Young Professionals Organization (YPO) fielded nominations for young leaders that contribute to the businesses and communities of Litchfield County.
Rep. Ohler said, “It’s an immense honor to be selected as an inaugural awardee. Public service and volunteerism have always been my passion. As a firefighter, EMT, soldier, and now a State Representative, I’m just so thankful to be in a position that both supports and defends our local communities, our state, and our beloved country. It’s an even greater honor to know that I’m sharing this award with such an amazing group of dedicated and talented young leaders.”
The 2018 Cub Scout Pack 22 Pinewood Derby is underway! Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos, Boy Scouts, Siblings, and local businesses are all vying for the first place trophies. These youngsters never cease to amaze with their ingenuity and creativity.