Tax Relief Budget Proposal, FY 24-25

Posted on May 2, 2023


House Republicans proposed their two-year state budget plan on Tuesday morning. The balanced budget proposal is comprised of broad-based tax cuts, totaling over $1 billion, and funds core government services.

Click here to review the news conference in its entirety.

Tax Relief Budget…

The document champions historic funding levels for education and nonprofit organizations, strengthening the safety net and ensuring social services are readily accessible to residents who will greatly benefit from

Vail Reflects on National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Posted on April 28, 2023


HARTFORD – The last full week of April is nationally recognized as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW). The advocacy week is structured to give a voice to victims and their families, which has far too often been quieted. Rep. Vail (R-52) recently voted against the reappointment of Carleton Giles, the former chair of the state’s Board on Pardons & Parole.

Vail voted against Giles because he was the main orchestrater of a dangerous increase in the amount of state commutations over the last

Be Bear Aware!

Posted on April 11, 2023


Bear sightings are becoming more frequent throughout Connecticut, especially throughout the 52nd District. As the weather continues to warm up, bear encounters will become more likely. I want to share the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) information about how to be bear aware.




Make Your Place a No-Bear-Food-Zone 

According to DEEP, the most important step to bear-proofing your property is to remove