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New Laws Going Into Effect on Oct. 1

Posted on September 29, 2022


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As we enter autumn, there are also new laws that will go into effect on Oct. 1 that could have an impact on you, your business, or our community.

A full list of those laws that take effect on Oct. 1, along with summaries, can be accessed here or by clicking on the graphic above.

A summary of some of the major changes include:

Account Closure Notices – A new law requires Connecticut-chartered banks and credit unions to tell account holders why their deposit accounts (e.g., personal checking or savings

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Rep. Betts Letter to the Editor: Crime Stats Don’t Tell the Whole Story

Posted on September 28, 2022


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LETTER TO THE EDITOR: 

Governor Ned Lamont recently released crime stats, carefully picking which of those stats to highlight in order to show a supposed decrease in the overall crime rate in Connecticut.

The governor applauded what he said is a reduction in violent crime and thefts in 2021. But our eyes and ears tell us a different story. When we see the daily media stories about terrible crimes, and we talk with our neighbors, we know those stats don’t tell us everything.

Don’t believe the situation

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Upcoming Event for Veterans

Posted on September 19, 2022


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The Connecticut Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA) announced Veterans STAND DOWN 2022 will take place on September 23rd from 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at five regional sites across the state, including Bristol.

While the COVID-19 pandemic changed the way agencies and organizations operate, the DVA continues its commitment to serving Connecticut’s Veterans by providing access to a range of programs and services offered by state and federal agencies, Veterans organizations, and community-based nonprofits.

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