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House Republicans Send Letter to Governor Lamont

Posted on May 15, 2020 by Admin


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Dear Governor Lamont,

It has been two months since the shutdown of the State Capitol that effectively ended the regular legislative session. However, that did not end our roles as elected representatives. In fact, our members and staff are fielding historic volumes of phone calls, letters, and emails. The volume of correspondence compels us, once again, to share with you the frustrations voiced by many constituents in our communities.

After workers were laid off because businesses had to reduce hours

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Weekly Update: Friday, May 15th

Posted on May 15, 2020 by Admin


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I am excited to announce shoreline beaches will be open for Memorial Day Weekend. This decision has been made in conjunction with surrounding states. Precautionary measures have been put in place to limit contact and maintain social distancing while enjoying the weekend.

The CBIA has announced a partnership with the state of Connecticut to distribute 50,000 infrared thermometers to small businesses, non profits and places of worship. These thermometers can play a key

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Arts, Culture and Tourism Representation on Reopening CT Advisory Group

Posted on May 13, 2020 by Admin


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Arts, Culture and tourism are large contributors to Connecticut’s economy. Arts and culture generate $9 billion a year,…

Posted by State Rep. Holly Cheeseman on Wednesday, May 13, 2020

Happy Mother’s Day

Posted on May 10, 2020 by Admin


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Mother’s day is a special time of year where we get the opportunity to express our love for the mothers in our lives. Mothers inspire their sons and daughters to excel and to strive for more. Mothers teach their children to be kind and caring and  to look out for one another. Above all, mothers provide a home that is filled with love and where the door is always open.

This Mother’s Day we must find new ways to show our love for the mothers we know. Whether it is calling them over the phone or

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Weekly Update: Friday, May 8th

Posted on May 8, 2020 by Admin


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In the middle of National Nurses week, there is no better time to express the gratitude I have for our courageous nurses across Connecticut. The heroic actions of our first responders have been spectacular through this pandemic and they deserve to be recognized for their perseverance.

The Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group has advised higher education institutions to prepare to return for the fall 2020 semester. This recommendation relies upon the continued progress against COVID-19

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Happy Nurses Week to our Brave Nurses Around Connecticut!

Posted on May 6, 2020 by Admin


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Nurse Week 5.6.2020

Today is the beginning of Nurses Week and the timing of this recognition seems fitting now more than ever. Nurses have been on the front lines throughout history and recently we have seen their bravery day in and day out. Over the last few months, nurses have been celebrated for their courage and tenacity; with neighborhoods and cities cheering at a particular time of day, parades throughout New London and other parts of our state and many other kind gestures. We can continue to show our appreciation for nurses by donating food, donating blood, and by continuing to practice the recommended measures to slow the spread: social distancing, wearing a mask, and remaining in quarantine when necessary. By everyone doing their part outside of the hospital, we can help relieve the burden in the hospital.As the mission continues to overcome this virus, I want to say thank you to the nurses across our state and our great country.

Posted by State Rep. Holly Cheeseman on Wednesday, May 6, 2020

 

Today is the beginning of Nurses Week and the timing of this recognition seems fitting now more than ever. Nurses have been on the front lines throughout history and recently we have seen their bravery day in and day out. Over the last few months, nurses have been celebrated for their courage and tenacity; with neighborhoods and cities cheering at a particular time of day, parades throughout New London and other parts of our state

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Information Regarding COVID-19 – April 22nd

Posted on April 22, 2020 by Admin


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Hello Friends and Neighbors,

I would like to provide you with updates regarding the state’s response and COVID-19. Below you can find resources regarding:

  • IRS Economic Impact Payments and Tax Relief Programs

  • Acton taken to prevent the spread of COVID-19 in nursing homes.

  • Guidance maintaining an adequate supply of chronic prescription medication during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Protection of Stimulus Payments

I hope all of you are staying home and staying safe.

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Happy Earth Day!

Posted on April 22, 2020 by Admin


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Rep. Cheeseman on Earth Day 2020

Given how our lives have changed, on this Earth Day, I am even more grateful that we live in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Take some time today to enjoy one of the many parks or walk alongside the coastline, with some social distancing mixed in!

Posted by State Rep. Holly Cheeseman on Wednesday, April 22, 2020

Given how our lives have changed, on this Earth Day, I am even more grateful that we live in one of the most beautiful places on earth. Take some time today to enjoy one of the many parks or walk alongside the coastline, with some social distancing mixed in!

Information Regarding COVID-19 – April 17th

Posted on April 18, 2020 by Admin


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Today the Governor announced in an Executive Order the mandatory wearing of face coverings when in public. The Executive Order states that individuals in public where it is unavoidable to stay 6 feet apart, must wear face coverings. Individuals must also wear face coverings when using public transportation, taxis and other ride sharing. The order goes into effect Tuesday, April 21st at 8:00 p.m.

Nothing in this order shall require the use of a mask or cloth face covering by anyone for whom

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Important Information Regarding COVID-19 – April 10th

Posted on April 10, 2020 by Admin


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The Governor has released another executive order today, which extends the social distancing measures and discusses mortgage and rent payments.

The House Republican Office will continue to update its website with accurate information and resources, which is available here.

I hope everyone has a joyous Passover and a Happy Easter weekend. These two holidays focus on hope and love for our family, friends and neighbors, take this weekend to express that love (from a safe distance).

I’m incredibly

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