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Rep. Frey Introduces Bills to Eliminate State Pensions for Elected Officials, Using Mileage in Pension Calculations

Posted on March 12, 2019 by admin


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Measures will save millions for Connecticut taxpayers

As he has done for several years previously, State Rep. John Frey (R-111) once again proposed legislation to reduce Connecticut’s massive pension obligations by prohibiting elected state officials from receiving a state pension, and to exclude mileage reimbursement from pension calculations.

“These are simple concepts that will save Connecticut taxpayers millions of dollars over time, unfortunately I have to introduce these bills every year,”

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Rep. Frey Testifies in Support of Breast Milk Banks

Posted on March 1, 2019 by admin


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Rep. John Frey and Di Masters testify before the Human Services Committee in support of HB7165 – An Act Concerning Medicaid Coverage for Breast Milk – that would provide Medicaid reimbursement for pasteurized donor breast milk provided a licensed health care professional signs a medical order that the donor breast milk is medically necessary for an infant, the donor breast milk is provided on an inpatient basis at a hospital, and the infant who receives the donor breast milk is medically or physically

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Rep. Frey Advocates for Cultural Districts

Posted on February 20, 2019 by admin


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Always a strong supporter of the arts, State Rep. John Frey (R-111) proposed legislation that would allow municipalities to create designated cultural districts to create awareness and promote economic development. Today, the Planning and Development Committee further advanced the bill by a unanimous vote to have the bill drafted, the next step in the adoption process.

“Allowing municipalities the ability to establish cultural districts will increase the visibility and awareness of the arts, especially

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