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Gov. Lamont’s Revenue Package Featured in Finance, Revenue and Bonding Public Hearing Friday

Posted on March 14, 2019 by jpheasant


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The Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee will be holding a public hearing tomorrow (Friday, March 15th) on three significant tax related bills that would have a tremendous impact the residents of Connecticut.

The public hearing begins at 10:30 in Room 2E of the Legislative Office Building, 300 Capitol Ave #5100, Hartford.

The three tax bills on the Finance, Revenue and Bonding’s agenda include:

  1. HB. 431:An Act Concerning Property Tax Reform. This bill would create a statewide one mill tax on real

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Rep. Green Celebrates Dr. Seuss’ Birthday Reading to Preschool Students

Posted on March 12, 2019 by jpheasant


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HARTFORD – In honor of Dr. Seuss’s birthday and the 22nd annual National Education Association’s (NEA) Read Across America Day, State Representative Robin Green (R-55) joined in the nationwide celebration by reading to preschool students at Marlborough Elementary School.

“I had a wonderful time reading to Marlborough Elementary School’s preschools classroom. The children asked great questions and shared their stories on how they related to the story. I am always amazed on just how articulate our

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Rep. Green Co-Sponsors Tax Credit Bill for Businesses who Offer FMLA

Posted on March 7, 2019 by jpheasant


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HARTFORDState Representative Robin Green (R-55) has recently co-sponsored a similar bill to one she introduced last session, designed to provide a tax credit to employers who voluntarily provide paid family and medical leave benefits to their employees in addition to creating a Family and Medical Leave Accounts Program.

“This bill, unlike others being proposed this session, supports businesses around the state by offering incentives instead of taking a one size fits all approach,” Rep. Green said. “Additionally, it doesn’t rely on mandatory reductions to the paychecks of taxpayers in order to fund an account that may or may not become insolvent.”

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