Three of State Representative Lanoue’s Legislative Priorities Advance Out of Committee

Posted on March 21, 2024

The Legislation is Focused on Helping Families, First Responders, and Veterans throughout Connecticut

HARTFORD— On Tuesday, State Representative Brian Lanoue (R-45), announced three bills that he introduced during the 2024 legislative session have advanced out of various committees and now await further action on the House Floor.

Earlier this month, during a Children’s Committee Public Hearing, compelling testimony from Alicia and Matthew Jackson prompted the committee to advance H.B. No. 5263, An

State Rep. Lanoue & Voluntown First Selectman Tracey Hanson Testify in Favor of H.B. No. 5350

Posted on March 19, 2024

On Friday, I had the opportunity to testify along with Voluntown First Selectman Tracey Hanson, in front of the Environment Committee in support of H.B. No. 5350, which will enable dual enforcement for Connecticut and Rhode Island law enforcement to pursue violators into the other state’s waters on Beach Pond.

I want to thank the Chairs Representative Joe Gresko and Senator Rick Lopes, along with Ranking Members Senate Leader Steve Harding and State Representative Pat Callahan, of the Environment

Celebrating Read Across America in the 45th District

Posted on March 13, 2024

It really doesn’t get any better than this! What a fun few days celebrating Read Across America in the 45th District!

I had a fantastic time visiting schools in Gales Ferry, Griswold, Preston, and Voluntown.

I started off the day at Voluntown Elementary School, where I read to Mrs. Weir’s 2nd Grade class! The children enjoyed “The Cat in the Hat,” and it was the best way to start off my day.


From there, it was off to Veterans’ Memorial School