Rep. Lanoue Supports Public Health Bill to Improve Mental Health and Addiction Services

Posted on May 26, 2022


HARTFORD- On Tuesday, State Representative Brian Lanoue (R-45), enthusiastically supported Governor Ned Lamont, in signing Public Act 22-92 (formerly, H.B. No. 5485, An Act Concerning Various Revisions to the Public Health Statutes), into law. This new law addresses several factors in improving mental health and addiction services, along with strengthening the CRISIS Pilot Program Initiative in Connecticut – which recently secured another year of funding the important program in the Connecticut State

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Rep. Lanoue Opposes State Budget

Posted on May 5, 2022


Late Monday evening, the House of Representatives debated and voted on H.B. No. 5506, which adjusts the state budget for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023 – this passed along party lines. This proposal contains three main pieces, which would be an adjustment to the budget itself, the implementer, and bonding. I along with my House Republican colleagues voted against this for many reasons. Unfortunately, this budget will not be sustainable for a long-term recovery that our state desperately needs.

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Internship Committee Recognition Ceremony

Posted on April 29, 2022


On Thursday morning, as Chair of the Internship Committee, it was proud to participate in the legislature’s Internship Committee Recognition Ceremony. For months, Interns from all across Connecticut worked very hard for all four caucuses, helping us with various tasks to add to their experience, and become part of the legislative process.

The opportunity that they had to work within this institution and what they added to our process, was

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