My June Editorial: “Looking Back at the 2024 Legislative Session”

Posted on June 5, 2024


With the 2024 legislative session adjourned, I am excited to reflect on many notable achievements that focused on tax relief, increased community safety, public health and government transparency. I invite you to explore these legislative accomplishments while also looking into critical proposals that sought to secure election integrity and encourage safer driving habits.

First, based on the strong opposition from Connecticut residents, I believe that one of the most prominent successes was our work

My May Editorial: “Promises Kept: Our Budget Adjustment Plan”

Posted on April 29, 2024


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Last month, I outlined my concerns with state spending and why it is critical to maintain fiscal guardrails to balance a stable and sustainable budget for our residents. Sadly, neither the majority party on the Appropriations Committee, nor the Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee did their job in proposing budget adjustments and an updated revenue package, so House Republicans stepped up.

Why it matters: if we fail to adjust the budget as a legislature, not only will

Non-Profit Grant Secured: Milford Boys & Girls Village

Posted on April 15, 2024


(MILFORD) — Recently, the Connecticut Office of Policy and Management (OPM) approved grants for several nonprofits throughout Connecticut, including Milford’s Boys & Girls Village. In the report, they secured a $1,220,582 capital improvement grant to update Charles F. Hayden High School and support their expansion.

Our nonprofits are the lifeblood of many communities throughout Connecticut, especially at home in Milford and Orange. As a proud advocate for nonprofits, I am grateful for this funding