2024 Major Issues Report Released

Posted on January 17, 2024

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Recently, the Office of Legislative Research (OLR) released their 2024 Major Issues Report, highlighting what issues we may address during the upcoming Legislative Session.

I encourage you to take a look at this report to better understand the most pressing issues we expect to discuss in our committees, public hearings, and in the House chambers during session.

> For the COMPLETE report by OLR, click the link HERE. <

For additional questions about 2024 Legislative Session expectations, please never

**It’s official: No Ban on Gas-Powered Vehicles!**

Posted on November 28, 2023

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Thanks to YOU participating in our survey and contacting members of the Regulations Review Committee, the governor’s proposal to ban the sale of gas-powered vehicles by 2035 was officially withdrawn last night!

➡The Next Steps: Although this version of the proposal has been withdrawn, a revised version of this mandate is likely to return in the future. I look forward to keeping you updated on the changes we may see and what YOU can do to ensure our state promotes affordability, consumer choice, and

**Announcement: Shelton Awarded State Arts Grants**

Posted on November 27, 2023

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(SHELTON) — Recently, the Connecticut Department of Economic & Community Development’s (DECD) Office of the Arts announced a total of $1,050,000 in state arts grants for CT arts organizations and municipalities. In their announcement, three arts organizations in Shelton received roughly $14,000 in separate grants to support theater, town events, and other relevant programs.

The following Shelton-based art organizations were awarded grants from the Supporting Arts Grant Program:

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