Posted on April 23, 2019 by admin
State Representative Arthur O’Neill (R-69) today objected to proposed anti-business legislation that will restrict certain companies from moving out of the state without substantial notice and severely penalize those that do.
S.B. 990 – An Act Concerning Call Centers and Notice of Closure – would force call centers with more than 50 employees to alert the Department of Labor (DOL) commissioner at least 100 days in advance if they intend to close or move out of the state, and could penalize violators…
Posted on April 22, 2019 by admin
Once again, Connecticut’s tax burden is among the highest of any state in the nation. Residents in our state need to work longer than residents in 45 other states to pay their local, state and federal tax bills.
Tax Freedom Day is the day each year when the average citizen has earned enough to pay their combined local, state and federal tax bills. National Tax Freedom Day is on April 16!
This year, according to The Tax Foundation, Connecticut’s Tax Freedom Day is April 25, which means we’re tied…
Posted on April 3, 2019 by admin
On Monday, April 1, I was pleased to join my colleagues in Danbury for a public information session regarding the various toll proposals before the legislature this session. Rep. Devlin and Sen. Martin, the ranking members on the Transportation Committee, did a masterful job of breaking down the proposed legislation and what those bills, if passed, will mean for our state. I’d also like to thank the concerned citizens who came out to listen and ask questions.