Southbury, Bridgewater, Roxbury, and Washington


Show your support for an alternative to tolls! Public Hearing on Friday, April 26

Posted on April 25, 2019 by admin


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Democrats who control the legislature have spent three months promoting their desire to bring tolls back to Connecticut’s highways, acting as though it’s the only solution to fund improvements to Connecticut’s roads and bridges. They passed three tolls-related bills out of the Transportation Committee, and we await the result of their efforts to meld those bills into one final piece of legislation.

Meanwhile, I’ve advocated for an alternative called Prioritize Progress, and this Senate and House

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Rep. O’Neill Votes Against Lavish Union Raises

Posted on April 24, 2019 by admin


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State Representative Arthur O’Neill (R-69) yesterday voted to reject a contract that awards lavish salary increases and bonuses to a small group of unionized state employees working for the Department of Corrections.

The current contract – the fifth such contract for union workers this session – provides a 13% salary increase over the next two years and an additional $2,000 lump sum payout for Deputy Wardens in the Department of Corrections.  The contract also stipulates that those union members who

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Rep. O’Neill Objects to Anti-Business Legislation

Posted on April 23, 2019 by admin


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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

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