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Rep. Kupchick Named to Legislature’s Women’s Caucus

Posted on January 16, 2019 by jdooley


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HARTFORD- State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-132) participated in the first Bi-partisan Women’s Caucus of 2019.

“I am proud to stand with so many wonderful women serving in the General Assembly,” said Rep. Kupchick. “We now have the largest caucus in the building and with those numbers we have a powerful voice to advocate on behalf of women.”

A legislative agenda for the Women’s Caucus will be unveiled in the coming weeks.

Rep. Brenda Kupchick with a State Capitol Weekly Update

Posted on January 10, 2019 by jdooley


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A Session Begins

The 2019 legislative session is here. I will be taking the oath of office for another two-year term on January 9th in what I believe will be a tipping point for Connecticut.

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Rep. Kupchick named House Whip by House Republican Leader Themis Klarides.

New Year, New Laws

Last year, we passed many bills that will have an impact on you and your families. A number of these new laws took effect on the first of the new year.

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Rep. Kupchick Sworn-In for New Legislative Term

Posted on January 10, 2019 by jdooley


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HARTFORD — State Representative Brenda Kupchick (R-132) took the oath of office on Wednesday kicking off her new term as a state legislator for Fairfield’s 132nd Assembly District.

Kupchick outlined her priorities for the 2019 legislative session today after taking the oath of office for the fifth time to continue her efforts to improve the economic climate for taxpayers throughout the state, especially Fairfield.

The legislative session, which gaveled in Wednesday, will stretch through June 5, and lawmakers will work with the governor to set the budget for the next two years. Connecticut taxpayers are expecting an almost $4 billion deficit.

“I have great hope for this new term,” Rep. Kupchick said. “I’m hopeful both parties will work together to tackle the challenges Connecticut faces”.

Fairfield constituents can follow committee meetings and House debates as they unfold live on Connecticut’s public affairs television network, CT-N, or by streaming the proceedings online by visiting www.ctn.state.ct.us.

Rep. Kupchick can be reached by calling 1-800-842-1423 or email their offices’ at  Laura.Devlin@housegop.ct.gov and Brenda.Kupchick@cga.ct.gov.

For updates on legislative information please visit her legislative website and legislative Facebook page at www.repkupchick.com, www.facebook.com/RepKupchick and sign-up for her newsletter.

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