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Nurse Licensure Compact Passes House Unanimously!

Posted on April 18, 2024


In an effort to increase healthcare access for all Connecticut residents, State Representative Nicole Klarides-Ditria (R-105) today joined her colleagues to unanimously support a House Republican caucus proposal to allow Connecticut to enter the Nurse Licensure Compact to allow qualified nurses to obtain a multistate license.

House Bill 5058 – An Act Adopting the Nurse Licensure Compact is a multi-jurisdiction licensing option that will align Connecticut with that of 41 separate jurisdictions, including

Supporting Women-Owned Business Day!

Posted on April 11, 2024


As a member of the Women’s Business Development Council’s Women-Owned Business Day Host Committee, I was honored to join Reps. Cheeseman, Porter and Farrar today for a panel discussion and Q &A session as part of the 10th annual Women-Owned Business Day events at the Capitol.

Our discussion focused on the topic: 2024 Legislative Session: What’s at Stake for Your Business and How to Voice Your Opinion.  We covered multiple points, including paid sick leave, child care for business owners, healthcare

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the 2024 Legislative Session

Posted on March 27, 2024


The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of the 2024 Legislative Session

Each session, there are hundreds of bills introduced in Hartford, and some of them just make you shake your head. Most are proposed by the Democrat majority in the House and Senate.

This year, there are proposals to mandate that you drive an electric vehicle; to decriminalize the possession of hallucinogenic “magic” mushrooms; to give illegal immigrants taxpayer-funded health insurance; and to prevent landlords from evicting people after