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Case Opposes House Approval of Lamont’s Request to Extend Executive Order Powers

Posted on March 25, 2021


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HARTFORD – House Republicans, before the start of the House Session on Thursday afternoon, unveiled a plan that would restore the legislature as a co-equal branch of government. State Rep. Jay Case (R-Winsted) joined his colleagues in calling for greater legislative input on public policy decisions that the governor has altered through over 90 different executive orders. The House went on to consider legislation that effectively extends Gov. Lamont’s executive order powers to May 20, 2021 – marking

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Republican Legislation Providing Benefits to Victims of Domestic Violence Moves Forward

Posted on March 18, 2021


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Hartford – The legislature’s Human Services Committee took favorable action on a new bill that seeks to provide immediate assistance to victims of domestic violence. According to State Reps. Jay Case (R-Winsted) and Holly Cheesman (R- East Lyme/Salem), H.B. 6520 An Act Concerning the Provision of Temporary State Services to Victims of Domestic Violence was unanimously voted out of committee on Thursday morning.

“This concept was offered to the committee as part of the House Republican RestartCT platform,

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COVID-19 Vaccination Update

Posted on February 9, 2021


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Residents over the age of 65 can now begin to sign up for vaccination appointments. The following data represents the total number of COVID-19 vaccinations administered in Connecticut, as reported to the state as of Monday, Feb. 8:

  • First doses administered: 387,174
  • Second doses administered: 129,907
  • Total doses administered: 517,081

So far, the state has vaccinated 56 percent of its population over the age of 75. Connecticut remains in the top four states in the nation for vaccine distribution.

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