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State Rep. Camillo Votes Against Democrats’ Budget, Tax Increases

Posted on June 6, 2019 by admin


HARTFORD – On Tuesday, State Representative Fred Camillo (R-Greenwich) voted against the Democrats’ proposed 2020-2021 biennial state budget. He was joined in his opposition by all members of the House Republican caucus along with five members of the majority party for a final vote of 86-65. The Senate adopted the budget a day later, also without a single Republican vote.

Republicans offered several amendments in an attempt to improve the budget bill and avoid what would inevitably become a new wave

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Rep. Camillo Will Host Post-Session Legislative Update on June 13

Posted on June 1, 2019 by admin


Who: State Representative Fred Camillo

What: Post-Session Legislative Update/Office Hour

Where: Greenwich Town Hall, 101 Field Point Road, Greenwich

When: Thursday, June 13, 2019 from 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m.

Rep. Camillo invites all constituents of the 151st district to attend his post-session legislative update. Topics will include tolls, paid family and medical leave, the minimum wage, the state budget, and any additional 2019 legislation attendees would like to discuss. Those unable to attend are

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Rep. Camillo Stands with Small Businesses, Non-Profits, Towns and Employees in Opposition to $15 Minimum Wage

Posted on May 9, 2019 by admin


For 14 hours, we passionately debated one of the most impactful bills to come before this legislature – a bill raising the minimum wage to $15/hour. It just passed along a near party-line vote.

Let me be clear – I want to see EVERYONE in the state of Connecticut earning more money. When people make more, they spend more, and the economy grows. Unfortunately, this bill is an artificial means to an end, and the adverse impact on employment

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