Posted on February 1, 2024
Today, I joined my House Republican colleagues in releasing our 2024 caucus agenda.
These proposals focus on maintaining the state’s current fiscal stability while also making Connecticut a more affordable place to live. The affordability-focused proposals cover a variety of topics.
➡ Stop the electric vehicle mandate, protecting your choice to buy the car you want
➡ Encourage reasonable housing solutions that balance community concerns and residents’ needs
➡ Prosecute juvenile…
Posted on January 2, 2024
The state budget, adopted in June, cuts the bottom two marginal income tax rates for all filers from 3% to 2% and from 5% to 4.5%. Income taxes on the first $50,000 in taxable income will be lowered for single filers and married people filing separately, $100,000 for joint filers, and $80,000 for heads of household. January 1 is also the start of easing the cliff on income tax exemptions for retirement income. The new budget adds a tax deduction schedule for retirement income above the full…
Posted on December 15, 2023
$500,000 grant will be used to make much needed safety upgrades
HARTFORD – State Representatives Chris Aniskovich (R-Clinton) and Devin Carney (R-Old Saybrook) applaud the State Bonding Commission’s decision Friday to approve a Grant-in-Aid to Vista Life Innovations.
The grant will be used to repair and replace elements of the Captain Joseph W. Spencer House in order to meet current safety/code issues and improve accessibility for the young adults with physical and developmental disabilities and…