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Rep. Wilson Attends Workplace Age Discrimination Bill Signing

Posted on July 28, 2021


State Representative David T. Wilson today joined a small bipartisan group of lawmakers and senior advocates as Governor Lamont’s signed SB 56 An Act Deterring Age Discrimination on Employment Applications into law during a ceremony in the Old Appropriations Room of the state Capitol.

Rep. Wilson co-sponsored this legislation to make it a discriminatory employment practice for an employer or their agent to require an employee’s age, birth date, school attendance or graduation dates on an initial

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DEEP Begins Stakeholder Engagement on Bottle Bill Implementation

Posted on July 20, 2021


I wanted to let you know that the Connecticut Department of Energy and Environmental Protection (DEEP) is seeking public input on the implementation of new legislation that updates and modernizes Connecticut’s Bottle Bill, and will be holding a public meeting on this process on Monday, August 9 at 2 p.m.

I think that it is important for everyone to know what the changes are ahead when it comes to bottle deposits in Connecticut.

According to the new law-

Public Act 21-58 provides for:

Conservative Caucus Says NO to Governor Lamont’s “Emergency” Powers Being Extended

Posted on July 13, 2021



HARTFORD – The Connecticut General Assembly (CGA) Conservative Caucus today denounced Governor Lamont’s latest attempt to extend his Emergency Authority and urged their colleagues to reject the move, calling it misguided and an abuse of the federal system designed to help states combat the spread of Covid-19.

Governor Lamont recently announced that he intends to continue his takeover of various powers of the legislature through at least September 30, 2021, claiming continued public health and

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House Republicans Launch Petition Process on Juvenile Crime Crisis

Posted on July 7, 2021


Earlier today, I joined House Minority Leader Vincent Candelora and members of the House Republican Caucus, along with local leaders and police chiefs from Wolcott and New Britain addressing the concerning spike of youth involved crimes that is impacting our state. There is little accountability for repeat youth offenders in Connecticut and this is leading to these incidents, which proved deadly a week ago in New Britain, becoming all too common. I signed a petition along with my House Republican

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House Republicans Call for Immediate Action on Juvenile Crime Crisis

Posted on June 30, 2021


As the details of the stolen car that ultimately took the life of an innocent, 53-year old man from New Britain unfold, it has left me shaking my head. The New Britain Police Department held a press conference earlier this afternoon and detailed the 17-year old they have in custody. The individual is a repeat offender and has been arrested thirteen times in less than four years ranging from stealing cars to assault and drug possession. It was also noted in the press conference that the juvenile justice

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