Piscopo Participates in Black Rock School’s Read Aloud Day

Posted on May 23, 2023


THOMASTON – State Rep. John Piscopo joined students at Black Rock School on Tuesday morning. The school was hosting a Read Aloud Day, inviting local leaders and community organizers to participate in reading to students throughout the day. Piscopo picked the story “Busy Betty,” authored by Reese Witherspoon to read to Ms. Clark’s First Grade Class. “I really appreciate the opportunities I have to visit our schools. The students were well engaged in today’s reading. After we finished the book, we

Piscopo, House Republicans Unveil Budget Proposal

Posted on May 2, 2023


HARTFORD – State Rep. John Piscopo (R-Thomaston) stood with his colleagues on Tuesday morning to unveil the ‘Tax Relief Budget’ proposal for upcoming Fiscal Years 2024 and 2025. Rooted in funding core services and providing substantial financial relief to the state’s residents and businesses, the document published by House Republicans represents a grand total north of $1 billion in broad-based tax cuts.


“This is a quality plan that will get our state going in

Piscopo Reflects on National Crime Victims’ Rights Week

Posted on April 28, 2023


HARTFORD – The last full week of April is nationally recognized as National Crime Victims’ Rights Week (NCVRW). The advocacy week is structured to give a voice to victims and their families, which has far too often been quieted. Rep. Piscopo (R-76) recently voted against the reappointment of Carleton Giles, the former chair of the state’s Board on Pardons & Parole.

Piscopo voted against Giles because he was the main orchestrater of a dangerous increase in the amount of state commutations over the