Shelton Lawmakers Call for Legislation Establishing Minimum Guidelines for Remote Learning

Posted on January 14, 2021 by admin


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HARTFORD— State Reps. Jason Perillo (R-113) and Ben McGorty (R-122) joined their House Republican colleagues in calling for critical legislation aimed at establishing clear minimum guidelines on remote learning for Connecticut students.

Rep. McGorty said, “I’ve heard from too many parents and educators that 2020 was a ‘lost year’ for our state’s students. The state failed them by switching over to remote learning with no plan in place for grading, attendance, or for children with special needs who

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How to Follow Legislative Business from Home

Posted on January 11, 2021 by admin


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The 2021 Session is underway, and committees are now meeting in preparation for public hearings, floor debates, and votes on key legislation. As I noted in my previous message to you, it is less than ideal that we are forced to conduct the people’s business via Zoom, which severely limits public access to the legislative process.

I have always fought to make state government more efficient, transparent, and accessible to all, and now, more than ever, Shelton residents need to know what is taking

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Rep. Jason Perillo Encourages Shelton Residents to Reach Out, Discusses The Need for Government Accessibility and Transparency as 2021 Session Begins

Posted on January 7, 2021 by admin


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Shelton Reps. Ben McGorty and Jason Perillo Sworn In for the 2021 Legislative Session

 

HARTFORD— State Representative Ben McGorty (R-122) and State Representative Jason Perillo (R-113) were sworn in officially as returning members of the Connecticut state legislature on Wednesday, during a socially-distanced ceremony on the steps of the State Capitol building in Hartford. McGorty and Perillo were joined by most of their 150 colleagues

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