House Republicans Unveil Biennial Budget Proposal

Posted on May 15, 2023


2024-2025 plan provides more tax relief than Governor and Democrats, invests in key areas including education and nonprofit social safety net providers

HARTFORD—House Republicans on Tuesday released a balanced budget proposal that provides more than $1 billion in broad-based tax relief to Connecticut residents while also making historic investments in education and providing more funding for nonprofit providers.

“Connecticut residents desperately need tax relief, but they also deserve a government

Rep. Labriola Opposes Appointment of Board of Pardons and Paroles Member Involved in Commuting Serious Criminal Sentences

Posted on April 6, 2023


Rep. Labriola questions the Chairman of the Board of Pardons and Paroles about the recent dramatic increase in the commutations of prison sentences for serious crimes

Posted on March 21, 2023


Rep. Labriola Discusses Ranked Choice Voting

Posted on March 12, 2023


Rep. Labriola Discusses ‘Epidemic’ of Wrong-Way Drivers and Proposed Legislation to Address the Issue

Posted on February 28, 2023


Rep. Labriola discuses epidemic of wrong-way crashes in Connecticut.

Also, please see this story on Fox 61 that was published in connection to the wrong-driving legislation.

“If we can reduce the amount of people who are driving drunk on the highways then we’re going to reduce the amount of wrong-way crashes that happen here in Connecticut,” said Rep. David Labriola, R-Oxford.

Rep. Labriola Submits Testimony on H.B. 5205, An Act Exempting Veterans From The Passport To The Parks Motor Vehicle Registration Program Fee

Posted on February 9, 2023


HARTFORD – During a public hearing before the Veterans’ and Military Affairs Committee on Feb. 7, Rep. David Labriola, R-Oxford, submitted the following written testimony in support of a bill he co-sponsored, H.B. 5205, An Act Exempting Veterans From The Passport To The Parks Motor Vehicle Registration Program Fee.

“Chairmen Marx and Nolan, Vice Chairmen Delany and Maroney, Ranking Members Gordon and Vail, and Distinguished Members of the Veterans’ and Military Affairs Committee, I write to you today

Rep. Labriola Attends Town Hall Meeting

Posted on January 31, 2023


Please see the article below from the Republican-American, which recently covered our Town Hall Meeting.

Representative Labriola Submits Proposal to Address Wrong-Way Driver Crisis

Posted on January 18, 2023


Please watch this story about the proposed legislation that aired on Fox 61 on Jan. 17:


Reps. Labriola and Bronko to Hold Town Hall Meeting on Jan. 24

Posted on January 18, 2023


NAUGATUCK – State Representatives David K. Labriola (R-131st), Rep. Seth Bronko (R-70th), State Sens. Joan Hartley (D-15th) and Jorge Cabrera (D-17th) will hold a Town Hall Meeting to discuss their top priorities for the 2023 legislative session.

Both Rep. Labriola and Rep. Bronko look forward to connecting with residents to hear their concerns and to discuss potential legislation.

WHO: State Representatives David K. Labriola, Seth Bronko, State Sen. Joan Hartley and State Sen. Jorge Cabrera


Major Issues for the 2023 Legislative Session

Posted on January 7, 2023


HARTFORD – The state’s nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research (OLR) has issued its report on important issues that the General Assembly may face in the upcoming 2023 legislative session.

The office identifies issues based on interim studies; research requests; non-confidential discussions with legislators, other legislative participants, and executive branch agencies; as well as its general subject matter knowledge.

You can view or download the Major Issues report here. The summaries below are