Clinton, Killingworth, Westbrook

House Republicans Petitioning for Special Session

Posted on August 7, 2018 by jpheasant


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All 71 members of the House Republicans have signed and submitted petitions to the Secretary of the State to request a special session in order to prohibit the $10 million dollar feasibility study for the purpose of implementing electronic tolls.

In order for the special session to occur, we need support from our colleagues on the other side of the aisle so we are asking them to join in our fight to help stop Governor Malloy from circumventing the legislature and the will of Connecticut’s residents in order to conduct another toll related study.

Unfortunately, the petition for a special session can only be conducted by the legislature, but if you are interested in helping there is something you can do. I would like to urge you to contact our House representatives on the other side of the aisle at (800) 842-1902 and ask them to join our petition to stop this costly and unnecessary study.

We can’t afford to borrow ten million dollars of taxpayer money to study whether or not the state needs tolls.