Perillo Announces 2024 Legislative Priorities: Security & Service

Posted on February 2, 2024


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

This week, I joined my House Republican colleagues in unveiling our 2024 Legislative Priorities. Emphasizing Security & Service, our plan will maintain the state’s fiscal stability while making Connecticut a more affordable and safe place to live.

️ Why it matters: It is important to understand what issues we will be addressing as we approach the start of the legislative session on Wednesday, February 7th.

>> **Find our full plan HERE:** <<

During the 2017 Legislative Session, my House Republican colleagues and I successfully passed a bipartisan budget agreement establishing fiscal guardrails that have since allowed Connecticut to build our Rainy Day Fund and pay down long-term debt, while financially navigating the pandemic.

Recently, majority party leaders have called for a retreat from these guardrails despite their success in implementing smarter spending habits for our state.

Our plan for 2024 includes amending the State Constitution to protect these time-tested spending guardrails, while also proposing legislation that cracks down on crime, eases the cost of living, and establishes our state as a safe and affordable place to live.

Topics Include:

  • Deterring Crime
  • Reforming Juvenile Justice
  • Securing Victim’s Rights
  • Reducing the Sales Tax
  • Standing with our Law Enforcement
  • Stopping the Electric Vehicle Mandate
  • Relieving Municipalities of “Right to Read” Agenda
  • Making Our Government and Elections Transparent and Accountable
  • Strengthening Workforce Pipeline
  • Spurring Economic Growth
  • Protecting Residents from Substance Abuse
  • Blocking Elimination of School Resource Officers

📌 Don’t Forget: The 2024 Legislative Session will address a wide variety of topics that matter to YOU. As always, please never hesitate to reach out to me with your questions, ideas, and concerns so that I can continue making your voice heard in Hartford!

Contact me today:



PHONE: 860-240-8700