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Delnicki Visits with South Windsor Seniors

Posted on May 28, 2024 by jdooley


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SOUTH WINDSOR- Now that the 2024 legislative session has concluded, State Rep. Tom Delnicki (R-14) visited the South Windsor Senior Center this week and spoke to a crowded room of thoughtful town seniors.

Delnicki talked about a range of topics and bills that were passed this year that affect Connecticut seniors.

  • A nursing home bill HB-5046 that adds consumer protections at assisted living centers, improve the oversight of nursing home management companies and phase out three and four-bed nursing

2024 Major Public Acts Report

Posted on May 22, 2024 by jdooley


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The nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research (OLR) has published its 2024 “Major Public Acts” report. This report gives a categorical breakdown of the major topics that the General Assembly addressed in the 2024 session. OLR produces this report in consultation with the nonpartisan Office of Fiscal Analysis (OFA). The legislation included in the report has been broken out into 20 different categories including energy, environment, taxes, and transportation.

To review the report in its entirety,

Delnicki Hails Passage to End Coerced Debt by House

Posted on May 3, 2024 by jdooley


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HARTFORD- In a quest to assist victims of domestic violence, State Rep. Tom Delnicki (R-14) gave final approval to legislation which looks to end to practice of coerced debt, a form of economic abuse.

The legislation, Senate Bill 123, An Act Concerning Coerced Debt, would (1) provide that no individual shall cause another individual to incur a coerced debt, and (2) establish procedures to (A) review documentation to determine whether debt is coerced debt, and (B) bring an action to establish whether

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