Griswold Resident Eleanor “Ellie” Landry Reaches Milestone Birthday

Posted on April 12, 2024

People say you should keep your family life separate from politics. On Saturday, I combined the two and could not be happier. I was beyond honored to be able to present a legislative citation to my relative and Griswold resident, Eleanor “Ellie” Landry, to commemorate her 100th birthday. Senator Somers and I introduced this citation from the Connecticut State Legislature, to recognize this amazing milestone. I was also proud to present an official state proclamation from Governor Ned Lamont and a

S.B. No. 443 Passes Out of the Finance Committee

Posted on April 10, 2024

The Finance Committee unanimously voted in favor of passing S.B. No. 443, out of committee last Wednesday. This bill will now await further action on the Senate Floor during the 2024 Connecticut Legislative Session.

Previously Section 4 (now Section 1) in this bill features one of my legislative proposals to protect our businesses. This part of the bill would change the state law to help business owners and workers by requiring the Department of Revenue Services to waive interest and penalties associated

Rep. Lanoue Testifies to Defend Connecticut Businesses

Posted on March 22, 2024

On Wednesday, I had the opportunity to testify with CPA Rob LaSaracina in support of Section 4 in S.B. No. 443, which features one of my legislative concepts. If the bill is passed, Section 4 would change the state law to help business owners and workers by requiring the Department of Revenue Services to waive interest and penalties associated with a business owners’ amended tax filings for federal tax credits to help keep people employed and businesses open. This encompasses the federal tax grants

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