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Veterans, Legislators Honor Flag Day in Trumbull

Posted on June 20, 2019 by jdooley


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TRUMBULL- State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123) and Laura Devlin (R-134) joined forces with the Trumbull Memorial American Legion Post 141 in collecting worn, faded and tattered American flags during their Annual Flag-Collection Drive and participated in the VFW Flag Day ceremony retiring the old flags on June 14th.

The legislators had collection boxes stationed around Trumbull for town residents to turn in their American flags for retirement.

“It was an honor to have had the opportunity to stand

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Trumbull State Reps to Have Coffee Hour with Residents

Posted on June 11, 2019 by jdooley


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TRUMBULL- Trumbull State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) will be co-hosting a “Post-Session Coffee Hour” on June 24 from 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m. at Chip’s Family Restaurant in Trumbull.

All three state representatives serve a portion of Trumbull and want to hear from their constituents. Trumbull residents are encouraged to join their legislators and talk about any issues, questions or concerns related to the Town of Trumbull or state government.

What: Chip’s

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Trumbull House Delegation Reject Massive Democrat Tax Hikes on Middle Class, Transportation Fund Raid, Income Tax Hike on Thousands of Business Owners

Posted on June 4, 2019 by jdooley


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HARTFORD – State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) and their House Republicans Monday rejected the Democrat budget that raises hundreds of millions in sales taxes, raids the transportation fund to pay for ongoing services and hikes income taxes on thousands of small business owners.

Parking garages, the Internet, dry cleaners, restaurants, plastic bags and scores of other goods and services will all cost Connecticut consumers more beginning July 1 due to sales tax hikes. Thousands of business owners operating as LLCs will pay an estimated $50 million more in income taxes under the Pass Through Entity tax because of the scheme hatched by the majority in order to close an estimated $3 billion deficit over the next two years that is of their making.

The budget passed without a single Republican vote. Overall, taxes were raised by $1.75 Billion over the next two years.

Instead, Republicans offered a series of amendments to reduce government spending, shrink the bloated bureaucracy, privatize certain state agencies, preserve funding for the Special Transportation Fund and keep intact pension exemptions for seniors, as well as send more money for towns and cities. Municipalities would get an additional 5 percent in funding in the second year of the budget.

“Every consumer, every taxpayer gets hit up in this budget,’’ said State Rep. Rutigliano. “The budget is just another hit to the working families of our state which for this legislature unfortunately is par for the course. No new economic direction just the same-old same old.”

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