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July 2020 House Special Session Update

Posted on July 28, 2020 by mmeadows


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I wanted to provide all of you with a little background information on each of the four bills the House voted on during Thursday into Friday morning’s Special Session.

Police Accountability Bill (HB-6004): Due to the magnitude of items that were addressed in this bill, the legislature should have taken this up in a new session when the general public, lawmakers, law enforcement officers, and others would have been able to spend the time necessary to address a bill of this type. Instead, we held a

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AMERICA CANNOT ALLOW A LAWLESS MOB TO DESTROY THE SYMBOLS OF OUR HISTORY

Posted on July 2, 2020 by jpheasant


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Op-Ed written by: State Representatives Anne Dauphinais, Doug Dubitsky, and Gail Mastrofrancesco

When professionally organized mobs tear down historic statues and attack the images of staunch abolitionists, U.S. presidents who fought against the Confederacy and the Ku Klux Klan, and even Jesus Himself, but leave untouched statues of avowed racist Margaret Sanger, vicious slave trader Elihu Yale, and even Senator Robert Byrd who was the Exalted Cyclops of the Ku Klux Klan, it is clear the mob’s rampaging

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Conservative Caucus Objects to Exclusion of Legislature from Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group 

Posted on April 30, 2020 by jpheasant


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In a letter delivered last week to Governor Lamont, the Conservative Caucus again pushed for the State Legislature to have a day-to-day role in the Governor’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group.  They also requested a comprehensive plan be developed to reopen Connecticut that encompasses the financial, social, and emotional needs of the state’s residents prior to the Governor issuing further Executive Orders.

The Governor’s advisory group was created to develop metrics meant to ease restrictions on

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