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Rep. Ackert’s Mid-Session Review

Posted on April 27, 2021


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As we reach the halfway point in a session unlike any other, I wanted to provide you with an update on my activities up at the Capitol. Government works best when the people make their voices heard and I want to personally thank all of you who have called, written or otherwise contacted me over this past year. Your experiences and opinions are so valuable to the legislative process and are at the forefront of my mind as I approach every single vote.

We have heard many different proposals on a variety

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Rep. Ackert, Business Leaders Warn of Unemployment Debt Crisis

Posted on April 8, 2021


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HARTFORD — State Rep. Tim Ackert (R-Coventry) joined leaders of Connecticut’s business community Wednesday in calling on the state to use incoming federal pandemic aid to shield employers from as much as $1 billion in looming unemployment taxes.

“Small businesses were hit hardest by the pandemic and as we get closer to summer and more people are getting vaccinated, employers are looking for predictability and a return to normalcy. Through no fault of their own, many were forced to make layoffs and

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Local Officials Visit COVID Vaccine Clinic at Vernon Senior Center

Posted on April 5, 2021


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VERNON — State Rep. Tim Ackert (R-8) visited the COVID vaccine clinic at the Vernon Senior Center today, along with other town and state officials, to see firsthand the success of the vaccine distribution program serving area residents. Ackert was joined by U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy, Vernon Mayor Dan Champagne and Vernon Town Administrator Michael Purcaro during a discussion of the town’s vaccine program, which can now serve residents aged 16 and older as of April 1st.

Volunteers prepare doses of the

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