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CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS OBJECTS TO EXCLUSION OF LEGISLATURE FROM REOPEN CONNECTICUT ADVISORY GROUP

Posted on April 28, 2020 by jdooley


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In a letter delivered last week to Governor Lamont, the Conservative Caucus again pushed for the State Legislature to have a day-to-day role in the Governor’s Reopen Connecticut Advisory Group. They also requested a comprehensive plan be developed to reopen Connecticut that encompasses the financial, social, and emotional needs of the state’s residents prior to the Governor issuing further Executive Orders.

The Governor’s advisory group was created to develop metrics meant to ease restrictions on

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Rep. Mastrofrancesco: COVID-19 Nursing Home Information

Posted on April 28, 2020 by jdooley


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Nursing Homes

This week, new nursing home data was released. Unfortunately, nursing home residents make up 43% of the total coronavirus-related deaths that have been reported by the state’s Department of Public Health. The full nursing home data and analysis can be accessed by clicking here.

Gov. Lamont also issued an executive order, which strengthened the reporting requirements of Connecticut’s nursing homes and managed residential communities (assisted living facilities). According to the order,

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Mastrofrancesco along with the Conservative Caucus Want Connecticut Legislators & Businesses Involved in Plan to Reopen the State

Posted on April 16, 2020 by jdooley


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In an April 14, 2020 letter to Governor Lamont, the legislature’s Conservative Caucus questioned the detrimental impact his COVID-19-related Executive Orders (EOs) are having on the social and economic fabric of our state. They argued that Connecticut legislators, business leaders and health care professionals must be part of any group formed to determine the process and timing of reopening our schools and businesses.

The Conservative Caucus believes the Governor’s “one-size-fits-all” policy of arbitrarily

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