New Milford Legislative Delegation Visits Sarah Noble Intermediate School

Posted on May 31, 2024


New Milford—During an assembly at Sarah Noble Intermediate School, State Representatives Bill Buckbee (R-67), Patrick Callahan (R-108) and Cindy Harrison (R-69) talked with students about how a bill becomes a law. The three legislators presented a slideshow about the legislative process and then took questions.

The lawmakers used a relatable example to engage the kids in the discussion of how a bill becomes a law by proposing free ice cream for all Connecticut students. They asked some students to

2024 Major Public Acts Report

Posted on May 21, 2024


The nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research (OLR) has published its 2024 “Major Public Acts” report. This report gives a categorical breakdown of the major topics that the General Assembly addressed in the 2024 session. OLR produces this report in consultation with the nonpartisan Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA). The legislation included in the report has been broken out into 20 different categories including energy, environment, taxes, and transportation.

To review the report in its entirety,

Buckbee, Harding Support Legislation Extending the Procurement of Class III Renewable Energy Sources

Posted on May 7, 2024


HARTFORD – The House of Representatives took favorable action on S.B. 385 An Act Concerning Energy Procurements on Monday evening. The legislation seeks to expand the state’s usage of certain renewable energy sources. Specifically, it extends a sunset clause for the purchase of Class III renewables for at least 5 more years. According to State Rep. Billy Buckbee (R-67) and State Sen. Stephen Harding (R-30), this will help New Milford’s Kimberly-Clark and other entities across that state that sell