Rep. Kupchick Newsletter: State Capitol Public Hearings March 12-16

Posted on March 11, 2018 by rjoslyn


Dear Friends,

As the 2018 legislative session enters its second month, the legislature continues to hold public hearings on many issues, including gambling, casinos and toll proposals.  Here is a list of public hearing agendas for next week at the Legislative Office Building.

Click here for a link to the Connecticut General Assembly calendar and bulletin.

Here are the public hearings scheduled for March 12th thru March 16th:


Tuesday March 13th.

Click here for Public Safety & Security agenda, including various gambling and casino bill proposals

You can submit testimony here:


Click here for Human Services agenda

You can submit testimony here:


Click here for Planning & Development

You can submit testimony here:


Click here for Labor & Public Employees

You can submit testimony here:


Wednesday March 14th

Click here for Transportation agenda, including various bills regarding toll proposals

You can submit testimony here:


Click here for Education

You can email testimony here:


**Appropriations Public Hearing agenda will be posted here when it is available next week

You can email testimony here:

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If you are interested in any of these issues, I encourage you to let your voice be heard.

You can testify at a hearing. (Click here for a guide for testifying at hearings and here for driving directions to the Connecticut State Capitol and Legislative Office Building).

You can also email testimony on any of the bills through the email addresses listed above for each committee. Your comments can be as brief as you like, but there is no limit on the length of written testimony. Just include your name and town, include the subject of the bill in the subject line of the email, and please copy my office at on your testimony so I can be aware of your thoughts on these issues.

If you have additional questions or concerns, please contact my office at (800) 842-1423, or email me at You can also follow my legislative activity on my website: