Show your support for an alternative to tolls! Public Hearing on Friday, April 26

Posted on April 25, 2019 by admin


Democrats who control the legislature have spent three months promoting their desire to bring tolls back to Connecticut’s highways, acting as though it’s the only solution to fund improvements to Connecticut’s roads and bridges. They passed three tolls-related bills out of the Transportation Committee, and we await the result of their efforts to meld those bills into one final piece of legislation.

Meanwhile, I’ve advocated for an alternative called Prioritize Progress, and this Senate and House

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CT’s Tax Freedom Day is April 25th!

Posted on April 23, 2019 by admin


Once again, Connecticut’s tax burden is among the highest of any state in the nation. Residents in our state need to work longer than residents in 45 other states to pay their local, state and federal tax bills.

Tax Freedom Day is the day each year when the average citizen has earned enough to pay their combined local, state and federal tax bills. National Tax Freedom Day is on April 16!

This year, according to The Tax Foundation, Connecticut’s Tax Freedom Day is April 25, which means we’re tied

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Upcoming Toll Information Forums – March 21, 25 and April 18

Posted on March 15, 2019 by admin


With multiple proposals to add tolls to Connecticut highways before the legislature this session, I want to let you know there are several upcoming forums that will provide important information for you to learn the facts and allow you to get your questions answered.


The upcoming forums will be held in:

Waterbury – March 21, 2019 7-8:30 p.m.

Crosby High School, 300 Pierpont Rd.


Bristol – March 25th, 2019 7-8:30 p.m.

Bristol Central High School, 480 Wolcott St.


Cheshire – April 18, 2019 7-8:30

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