State Rep. Laura Devlin with a State Capitol Update: First Week of Session

Posted on February 10, 2020 by jdooley


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The 2020 Legislative Session Commenced on February 5th

The General Assembly gaveled in for the 2020 Legislative Session last Wednesday. This is a “short session”, which will run until midnight on Wednesday, May 6th. “Opening Day” included the Governor’s ‘state of the state’ where he addressed his top priorities.

Update on Latest Toll Proposal

Fairfield Representatives Open 2020 Legislative Session

Posted on February 6, 2020 by jdooley


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HARTFORD – State Reps. Laura Devlin (R-134) and Brian Farnen (R-132) and the entire General Assembly gaveled in for the 2020 Legislative Session on Wednesday. The current legislative session is a “short session”, which will run until midnight on Wednesday, May 6th.

“There is much to do in the short three month session, I am hopeful the legislature, as Governor Lamont stated in his speech, can work in a true bipartisan manner to continue moving Connecticut forward,” said Rep. Devlin. “I hope we can

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Hwang & Devlin Op-Ed: Tolls Bill Fails to Deliver on Rail Promise

Posted on January 31, 2020 by jdooley


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In Fairfield County, we know all too well how serious Connecticut’s transportation problems are. We also know that our problems go beyond our roadways, and mass transit needs to be a focus when talking about any kind of solution to make transportation in Connecticut an economic asset.

We’ve also heard some lawmakers pitch tolls as a comprehensive solution to invest in roads, mass transit and rail. We’ve been told that tolls would transform the commuter experience. We were assured that commute times

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