Take a Coffee Break with State Representatives Dubitsky & Lanoue

Posted on September 2, 2021


State Representatives Doug Dubitsky (R-47) and Brian Lanoue (R-45), will be holding a Coffee & Conversation on Wednesday, September 8th, beginning at 9:00 A.M.

Join us for some casual conversation and bring your questions and input on legislative and state matters that are important to you.

WHEN: Wednesday, September 8, 2021

TIME:  9:00 A.M. – 10:30 A.M.

 WHERE: Just Breakfast & Things

13 River Road

Lisbon, CT

If you have any questions, or are unable to attend but would still like to connect with

International Overdose Awareness Day is August 31st

Posted on August 26, 2021


International Overdose Awareness Day is a global event held on 31 August each year and aims to raise awareness of overdose and reduce the stigma of a drug-related death.

For additional resources, please review the following-

Connecticut State Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services Website

International Drug Policy Consortium Website

International Awareness Day Website


State Representative Doug Dubitsky Fights Against Extending Governor’s Executive Powers

Posted on July 14, 2021


State Representative Doug Dubitsky (R-47th) fights against extending governor’s executive powers during the House special session on July 14, 2021.


State Representative Doug Dubitsky to Host Coffee & Conversation This Sunday

Posted on May 21, 2021


State Representative Doug Dubitsky (R-47) will be holding a Coffee & Conversation on Sunday, May 23, 2021 beginning at 8:00 A.M.

Representative Dubitsky will discuss the current legislative session along with any state-wide issues that are important to the residents of the 47th District.

WHEN: Sunday, May 23, 2021

Time:  8:00 A.M. – 10:00 A.M.

 WHERE: Pine Acres Restaurant

250 Willimantic Road

Chaplin, Connecticut

These events are free of charge and open to the public. If you have any questions, or

State Representative Doug Dubitsky to Host Virtual Town Hall on May 17th

Posted on May 11, 2021



State Representative Doug Dubitsky will be hosting a Virtual Town Hall on Monday,

May 17th, 2021 at 6:00 P.M.

Join The Meeting: www.repdubitsky.com/townhall

You can email questions prior to the event at doug.dubitsky@housegop.ct.gov

Can’t connect virtually but would still like to participate?

Dial in at (646) 558-8656  Meeting ID: 935 3006 0002 #

Representative Dubitsky April Headlines

Posted on April 6, 2021


04/21/21 The Day-

Local Legislators Differ, Cross Party Lines on Ending Religious Exemption for Mandatory School Vaccines

State Rep. Doug Dubitsky, R-Chaplin, who voted against the bill, spoke in support of an amendment that ultimately failed but would have required any vaccines added to the vaccine schedule to be approved by the General Assembly.

“Public policy should be made by the members of this legislature, all of them. It should not exclude the vast majority of the people of this state,”

Conservative Caucus Strongly Opposes HR-1 in Letter to Senators Blumenthal & Murphy

Posted on March 23, 2021


Representative Dubitsky March Headlines

Posted on March 22, 2021

Planning & Development Public Hearing on March 15th

Posted on March 10, 2021


Hartford is proposing to take over local zoning and land use from the towns of this state. Under the guise of reducing racism and “desegregation” the legislature is considering multiple bills that would devastate the small towns of this state. Proposals include mandating every town allow four unit apartment buildings as of right on every lot in every residential zone in every town; eliminating minimum lot size; prohibiting towns from considering the character of their towns in their zoning regulations;

Conservative Caucus Objects to Public Health Committee Silencing Debate and Cutting Off Public Speakers

Posted on February 17, 2021


HARTFORD – The legislature’s Conservative Caucus today blasted the leadership of the Public Health Committee for cutting Connecticut residents off after twenty-four hours and ending public discussion regarding proposed legislation that would end the state’s religious exemption from immunization, and potentially expel thousands of healthy children from public schools across the state.

Nearly 2,000 people signed up to testify on two measures – SB 568 – An Act Eliminating the Nonmedical Exemption to