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Rep. Mastrofrancesco joins Connecticut Legislators Opposed to Digital COVID ­­­­­Vaccine Cards and Other Proof of COVID Vaccine Requirements

Posted on December 20, 2021


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In a joint statement, State Senator Rob Sampson and State Representatives Doug Dubitsky, Kimberly Fiorello, Anne Dauphinais, and Gale Mastrofrancesco announced today their strong opposition to the Lamont administration’s plans to launch digital COVID vaccine cards, and to all proof of COVID vaccine requirements imposed on Connecticut residents.  The imposition of such measures violates the government’s obligation to respect people’s rights to exercise common sense and medical freedom without coercion,

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Rep. Gale Mastrofrancesco and House Republicans Call for Governor to Stop Implementation of Controversial Truck Tax

Posted on November 17, 2021


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HARTFORD—Rep. Gale Mastrofrancesco, R-80th, and House Republicans on Wednesday called for Gov. Lamont to stop the implementation of the truck tax, contending the controversial revenue policy will only increase costs for businesses in the state.

“I voted ‘no’ when this tax bill came up in June, but my Democratic counterparts pushed it through anyway,” Rep. Mastrofrancesco said. “The majority needs to think about how their constant tax increases only hurt small businesses in this state.”

The policy

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Rep. Mastrofrancesco hosts question-and-answer session with Wolcott High School students

Posted on November 10, 2021


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As more of the state begins to get back to business and the Capitol partially re-opens to visitors, Rep. Gale Mastrofrancesco, R-80th, took the opportunity to answer an array of questions posed by students from Wolcott High School during a tour of the building and the Legislative Office Building on Tuesday.

The students also toured the Connecticut Supreme Court as part of an up-close view of the workings of government.

“To see how engaged the students were and the number of questions they asked

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