Posted on July 27, 2020 by cthomas
Public safety and equality can coexist.
I firmly believe in Connecticut, the two do not need to be mutually exclusive. Unfortunately, the 70+ page proposal drafted during a public health crisis, voted on in a building that’s closed to the public, and debated while the state slept (starting well past 1 am) will do little to achieve either. It is disappointing rhetoric has overshadowed the hard truth that we can both support public safety and demand equality for the entire community.
There are things…
Posted on July 16, 2020 by Greg MacKinnon
The Judiciary Committee will hold a virtual Listening Session on Friday, July 17. This session is being held for the public to submit testimony and provide comment to committee members regarding proposed legislation on police accountability.
To access the rules of the Listening Session, please click here. Written testimony is encouraged. If you do submit written testimony, please copy me when you send in your e-mail at Christie.Carpino@housegop.ct.gov.
If you wish to speak at the Listening Session,…
Posted on May 19, 2020 by Greg MacKinnon
Hartford – State Representative Christie Carpino wrote a letter to General Counsel Robert Clark in regard to documentation related to the state’s COVID-19 response. The letter raises various concerns about steps moving forward to reopen the State of Connecticut. To view the letter, click here.