Posted on November 29, 2023


HARTFORD – On Tuesday, November 28, the governor announced that he would no longer be asking the legislature’s Regulation Review Committee to consider far-reaching changes, requiring that the state ban the sale of gas-powered trucks and vehicles.

“This is welcomed news to most Connecticut residents and businesses. We heard from an elite ruling class that these mandates, despite being shelved and not acted upon during yesterday’s committee meeting, will be brought out again. Those who have talked

Case Earns 100% Voting Record from State’s Leading Business Advocacy Group

Posted on October 31, 2023


HARTFORD – The Connecticut Business & Industry Association (CBIA), the state’s leading business advocacy group, has released its 2023 legislative voting record. The organization based its assessment of the legislature on a framework of bills that signal support to Connecticut-owned and operated businesses, greater economic opportunities, and overall affordability. According to CBIA, State Rep. Jay Case earned a 100% voting record in the 2023 session.

“The membership of CBIA has an important voice

Veterans’ and Military Affairs Committee Informational Public Hearing, November 8th

Posted on October 18, 2023


There will be Informational Public Hearing hosted by the Veterans’ and Military Affairs Committee. The hearing will be held on Wednesday, November 8th, at the Legislative Office Building, Room 2C, from 1:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. I encourage you to participate in the hearing if you have a comment or concern with state policies impacting Connecticut veterans.

All Connecticut veterans, military personnel, advocates, and their loved ones are invited to share issues or concerns related to veterans and military