Rep. Lanoue Shows Support for Local Organizations

Posted on August 19, 2019 by admin

I had two great meals in Voluntown yesterday. The day began with an amazing Finnish Breakfast at Aura Hall. The toasted pancakes were out of this world! Then I had an amazing organic Voluntown -Pachaug homegrown Caesar salad lunch at Voluntown‘s Farmers’ Market. While there I had the pleasure to run into my good friends Chris Wilson and Judith Allik. They formed a new nonpartisan campaign called “Be Involved in Voluntown.” They are registering new people to vote as well as looking for community volunteers

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Rep. Lanoue Receives Perfect 2019 Voting Score from CBIA

Posted on August 15, 2019 by admin

HARTFORD – State Representative Brian Lanoue (R-Griswold, Lisbon Plainfield, Sterling, Voluntown) received a perfect 2019 voting score from the Connecticut Business and Industry Association. Members were evaluated by their votes on issues like a mandatory paid family/medical leave program funded by a 0.5% payroll tax, raising the state’s minimum wage to $15/hour by 2023, manufacturing careers, the Transfer Act, state-run healthcare, and the state budget, among other items.

“As co-owner of a small,

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Rep. Lanoue Praises Sterling, Ekonk Community Grange Passage of No-Tolls Resolutions

Posted on August 8, 2019 by admin

Congratulations to the Town of Sterling and the Ekonk Community Grange for passing no-tolls resolutions. Our roads and highways certainly need upgrading, but to ask the hardworking residents and business owners in our region to pay more while the state routinely mismanages finances is a disgrace. We have reached bipartisan solutions in the past, and we can certainly reach them again, but forcing Connecticut to pay another user fee is out of the question.

See below for copies of the resolutions.


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