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Rep. Harding Invites Constituents to Coffee Hour

Posted on April 22, 2019 by admin


BROOKFIELD – State Rep. Steve Harding (R-107) is hosting a coffee hour this Friday at Jester’s Coffee in Brookfield. All interested constituents are invited to join him to discuss the major issues of the 2019 legislative session, including the state budget.

WHEN: Friday, April 26, 2019 from 8:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m.

WHERE: Jester’s Coffee, 331 Federal Road, Brookfield

This event is open to the public and the coffee will be self-service. If you have any questions, or are unable to attend but would still

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Rep. Harding, and Area Legislators Say Tolls will Hurt Greater Danbury Economy

Posted on April 5, 2019 by admin


HARTFORD – State Representative Stephen Harding and area lawmakers hosted a Tolls Informational Forum on Monday in Danbury to talk to residents about the negative impacts tolls will have on Connecticut and an alternative transportation funding plan that doesn’t require tolls.

Rep. Harding said, “Tolls will have a damaging impact on the economy in Connecticut and especially in the greater Danbury region. We need to stop asking residents and businesses to pay more and start prioritizing where we are spending money.”

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Rep. Harding Votes Against Significant Pay Increases for Attorneys in AG’s Office

Posted on March 29, 2019 by admin


HARTFORD – State Representative Stephen Harding on Wednesday voted against a union deal to increase the pay and give bonuses to lawyers at the state Attorney General’s Office.

The two-year pay deal for lawyers working for the Attorney General’s Office will cost taxpayers $5 million. This includes stipends for department heads in the amount of $6,000 in the first year and $12,000 in the second year.

“When we are facing a $3 billion dollar deficit and the governor has proposed cutting funding to local education and critical services, I question where the legislature’s priorities lie,” said Rep. Harding. “We need to be far better stewards of money from the hard-working taxpayers of this state.”

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