Rep. Mastrofrancesco Voices Opposition to Removal of Women and Mothers From Bill Language

Posted on March 1, 2024


HARTFORD – Rep. Mastrofrancesco, R-Wolcott, voiced her concerns about S.B. 125 “An Act Concerning the Recommendations of The Department of Children and Families Relative to Identified Adoptions and Revisions to Certain Terminology” during a recent meeting of the Children’s Committee. The bill was advanced out of committee despite opposition by Republicans.

The bill erases “expectant mother” and replaces it with “pregnant person,” and “his or her” is removed and replaced with “such alleged genetic

Protecting Women and Girls in Sports

Posted on March 1, 2024


Please See My Recent Column on Protecting Women and Girls in Sports: 

Have you heard of the story of Chelsea Mitchell? In 2020, she had trained extraordinarily hard as a female track athlete in Canton and was ranked as the fastest Connecticut high school female in the 55-yard dash. You would think with her hard work and talent she would win constantly.  Instead, Chelsea lost four women’s championship titles to two biological males who were allowed to compete against her.

The governing body for student

Rep. Mastrofrancesco Offers Testimony in Support of Resolution Recognizing Veterans Exposed to Agent Orange

Posted on February 29, 2024


HARTFORD – State Rep. Gale Mastrofrancesco (R-80) offered recent testimony in connection to SJ 6, a “Resolution Recognizing and Honoring Veterans Of The Vietnam War Who Were Exposed To Agent Orange.”

Rep. Mastrofrancesco requested the resolution and submitted testimony to the Veterans Committee, which held a public hearing on the resolution on Tuesday.

“Members of our military who fought overseas in Vietnam deserve our gratitude, which is why I, along with have requested a resolution that would honor