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July 14th Special Session: Representative Dauphinais Stands Against Extension of Governor’s Emergency Powers

Posted on July 14, 2021


Statement from State Representative Anne Dauphinais 

Earlier this afternoon, the House and Senate voted in favor of extending Governor Ned Lamont’s emergency powers through September 30, 2021, (just enough time to extend the mask enforcement for school children) the sixth extension since he originally put his orders in place. The continuation of Governor Lamont’s emergency executive powers passed by a vote of 73-56, with a handful of Democrats saying enough is enough. To me this isn’t just about

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Conservative Caucus Says NO to Governor Lamont’s “Emergency” Powers Being Extended

Posted on July 12, 2021


“Summer time is in full swing and it feels like we are on the executive order merry-go-round as Governor Lamont is again asking for an extension of emergency powers. This Wednesday, the legislature will be in special session to debate and vote on these extensions and this has to stop! Not one more day does this governor’s executive powers need to be extended.

The voice of the people has been silenced at the State Capitol for long enough and I encourage you all to contact House and Senate Democrats

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House Republicans Call for Immediate Action on Juvenile Crime Crisis

Posted on July 1, 2021


A Troubling Week in Connecticut

On Tuesday evening, another car theft left a man dead in New Britain. These stories are becoming more frequent and more troubling as the days goes by. This story is the most tragic to date, but there are many other instances of people having their cars stolen or property defaced.

By now, many of you have seen the story of the Wolcott Senior Center which was ransacked in the early morning hours on Monday by two juveniles. This disgusting behavior is very unfortunate

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Heat Advisory Issued For Windham County

Posted on June 28, 2021


A Heat Advisory has been issued for Windham County and all of Connecticut. For our area, the Heat Advisory is in effect until 7:00 P.M. on June 30th. The National Weather Service in Boston, MA has issued this advisory for heat index values between 98F and 104F through Wednesday afternoon.


Additional Links & Information


National Weather Service, Boston

Department of Public Health- Extreme Heat

American Red Cross

State Representative Anne Dauphinais Opposes Budget Implementer

Posted on June 18, 2021


S.B. No. 1202: An Act Concerning Provisions Related To Revenue And Other Items To Implement The State Budget For The Biennium, outlines budget expenditures for the next two years and so much more. Included are “RATS” which are bills or concepts that have nothing to do with our budget and have never had a Public Hearing and/or got out of committee. With 837+ pages put out by the Democrats without any input from the Republicans.

This includes-

➡️ Withholding municipal grants from municipalities that

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Representatives Dauphinais and Hayes Oppose Highway Use Truck Tax

Posted on June 9, 2021


HARTFORD– On Tuesday evening, State Representatives Anne Dauphinais (R-44th) and Rick Hayes (R-51st) voted against H.B. No. 6684, An Act Concerning A Highway Use Fee , a new highway use tax on trucks that food and trucking industry advocates say will increase the costs of goods and services in Connecticut.

Democrats say their new tax is critical to prop up our state’s dwindling Special Transportation Fund (STF), but House Republicans provided an alternative plan using existing resources. During the

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Posted on June 5, 2021


Until the passage of S.B. No. 1019, a person seeking to erase their criminal record would be required to stand before the Boards of Pardons & Parole. While not perfect, the individual with the criminal record would make a case as to why they deserved an erasure of their record. This would include demonstrating that they have taken responsibility for their mistake and have since remained in good standing in society.

Improving the Boards of Pardons & Paroles would have been far more prudent then this

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Memorial Day 2021

Posted on June 1, 2021


Freedom is not free. Both Plainfield and Killingly took the time in various events to honor those individuals that have made the ultimate sacrifice to our country. What beautiful tributes across the district over the weekend.

Thank you, it was an honor to attend and participate.


May 17th-21st Capitol Update

Posted on May 27, 2021


It has been a very busy few weeks at the State Capitol as we head toward the June 9th conclusion of regular session. There have been many bills that have come before us and I wanted to update you on some of the most concerning that we have had to vote on. If anyone has any questions please feel free to contact my office.

S.B. No. 996- AN ACT CONCERNING FUNDRAISING BY THE FOUNDATION OF THE UNIVERSITY OF CONNECTICUT. What this bill does is allow The University of Connecticut to collect the amount of

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H.B. No. 6389 Is No Good For Families- No Good For Connecticut

Posted on May 12, 2021


We are back in session today in the House of Representatives, but I wanted to point out a bill that saw hours of debate last Tuesday evening. The Democrat majority in the legislature’s sights continued to be set on removing more parental rights by passing damaging legislation. In the latest blow to a parent’s right to do what is in the best interest of their child, H.B. No. 6389: An Act Concerning Explanations of Benefits, was passed and will now head to the Senate for further debate. The bill title

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