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Rep. Devin Carney Votes No on Executive Order Extension

Posted on February 11, 2022


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HARTFORD – During a House Session on February 10th, State Representative Devin Carney (R-23) voted against extending the civil preparedness and public health emergencies, and the extension of executive orders issued by Governor Lamont.

The first item, HJ 1 ‘Resolution Declaring the Continuation of the Public Health and Civil Preparedness Emergencies in the State,’ renewed the state of emergency until June 30th. Connecticut has been governed under a state of emergency since March 10th 2020 when Governor Lamont first issued the declarations.

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Informational Hearing on Continuation of Emergency Declarations and Limited Executive Orders

Posted on February 6, 2022


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Dear Friends & Neighbors,

This Tuesday, February 8th, the General Assembly will hold an informational hearing regarding the extension of the Governor’s emergency powers and extended executive orders. The Office of Legislative research has complied a report on the orders which are currently in effect. Read this report Here.

This informational hearing will accept public testimony, instructions on how to participate are posted below:

Details: The Legislature will hold an Informational Hearing on the

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Capitol Update – 2022 Legislative Survey Results, Sign Replacement & Exit Renumbering , and Pre-Session Virtual Public Forum

Posted on January 14, 2022


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I wanted to share some information regarding sign replacement and exit renumbering along Route 9 from Old Saybrook to Farmington, Pre-Session Virtual Public Forum, and the results from my 2022 Legislative Survey. Thank you to everyone who took the time out to answer this survey, it prompted 118 responses that I wanted to pass along to you.

Department of Transportation announces Sign Replacement and Renumbering on Route 9

Resigning Route 9 will go from the I-95 interchange in Old Saybrook to the

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