CTDOL Alerts Residents of New Fraud Scheme Targeting Job Seekers

Posted on December 6, 2023

The CT DOL is alerting residents of a new fraud scam targeting job seekers. Criminals are soliciting banking and other information by calling residents and claiming to be an employer registered with CTHires, the state’s job bank.  The attempts to steal personal data through this scam include callers asking for Social Security, bank account, and credit card numbers as well as telling residents they must pay a fee to have their application reviewed for employment. The agency recommends that all unemployment

Capitol Update, December 1st

Posted on December 1, 2023

EV Mandate Update…

As a result of the public’s engagement, the governor has decided not to put forth his regulatory mandates that would have banned the sales of gas-powered cars and trucks by 2035. This is welcome news for Connecticut residents and businesses. However, he also indicated that this move is only a pause in his administration’s efforts to get his mandates passed. I will keep you updated on this issue, as it is bound to resurface at some point in the legislative session.

Ann Antolini School Students Visit Capitol

Posted on November 29, 2023

HARTFORD – Fourth grade students from New Hartford’s Ann Antolini School visited the State Capitol on Tuesday, November 28th. After touring both the Legislative Office Building and Senate chambers, the group met with their State Representative, Mark Anderson.  “I spoke with two separate tour groups, each engaging and interested to learn about our state government. We had a great discussion about the House chamber operations and how Connecticut’s laws are made,” said Anderson.

The State Capitol’s Victorian-Era