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Rutigliano Hails Donations to Help Local Veterans

Posted on November 22, 2022


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TRUMBULL –State Representative David Rutigliano (R-123) in conjunction with Trumbull Stop & Shop and Homes For The Brave collected a truck load of items to benefit local veterans on Sunday November 20.

“The Trumbull community, as usual came up big with generous donations for local veterans, making sure no veteran will go to bed hungry,” said Rep. Rutigliano. “Thank you, Trumbull for your caring spirit. I want to give a special shout-out to the kids, teachers and Principal Neumeyer at Tashua Elementary

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RUTIGLIANO RECOGNIZED FOR ’22 SESSION WINS ON BREAST CANCER EARLY DETECTION & TREATMENT

Posted on September 30, 2022


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State Rep. David Rutigliano (Trumbull) today noted the passage of two key pieces of legislation this year that can help detect breast cancer earlier and treat it more comprehensively.

One bill provides major benefits to women who have their annual mammogram and, if there is a problem that requires follow-up treatment or surgery, that it is provided to the patient without any out-of-pocket costs.  The new law, Public Act 22-90, takes effect in January.

“I was pleased to work to enhance the insurance

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State Rep. Rutigliano: Welcome back to school Trumbull kids

Posted on August 26, 2022


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Welcome back to school Trumbull kids! The first day of school for Trumbull students is Tuesday, August 30th.

I want to remind all Trumbull drivers to be extra cautious on our public roadways.

School is about to begin, thousands of our children will be out at the end of their driveways or on the side of a road waiting for the school bus or a parent every day.

Remember, when school is in session drivers should be sure to drive with EXTRA caution. The following are safety tips for motorists, parents,

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Rally for Affordable CT 6/23 in Trumbull

Posted on June 21, 2022


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Dear Friends and Neighbors,

Connecticut is growing more unaffordable by the day. An economic report released last week revealed that consumer prices in May went up 8.6%, a new 40-year high. The Core Consumer Price Index (CPI), which excludes food and energy, also soared to over 6%. As inflation surges, my Republican colleagues and I are fighting for additional relief. As prices rise, so do your taxes paid on necessities like energy, food, goods & services. These inflation-driven revenues should be

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Trumbull Lawmakers Host Successful Post-Session Wrap-up

Posted on June 15, 2022


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Focusing on Crime, Drug Abuse and Affordability

TRUMBULL- State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) hosted a Post- Session Town Hall with Trumbull residents on Monday June 13th to discuss the now concluded 2022 legislative session and many of the new pieces of legislation signed into by Governor Lamont.

The Trumbull lawmakers spoke to almost twenty residents on state issues in the Trumbull Town Council Chambers.

Some of the topics of discussion included: Criminal

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New Child Tax Rebate Available – Applications Being Accepted Now

Posted on June 3, 2022


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New Child Tax Rebate Available – Applications Being Accepted Now

Beginning June 1st, Connecticut families can apply for a newly available child tax rebate. Qualified families can receive a one-time credit of $250 per child, up to $750.

The CT Department of Revenue Services is now accepting applications. To receive the credit, you must apply online.

To be eligible for this rebate you must meet all the following requirements:

  • You must be a resident of Connecticut
  • You must have claimed at least one

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Rutigliano Votes to Stop Catalytic Converter Theft

Posted on June 3, 2022


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HARTFORD- State Rep. David Rutigliano (R-123) supported a wide-ranging bill that looks to aid law enforcement in tracking or identifying any potential criminal activity to combat the rise of catalytic converter theft in the state.

Trumbull has had several incidences of these thefts, including the catalytic converters of an entire fleet of school buses (28 buses) at the Cooperative Educational Service School in 2021 and 16 Trumbull school buses on Spring Hill Road last month, leaving students without

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Trumbull Legislators Sponsor Retired Flag Collection

Posted on June 3, 2022


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Trumbull Legislators Sponsor Retired Flag Collection

TRUMBULL- To bring more attention to the Flag Day holiday, it is the perfect time to properly retire your worn, faded and tattered American flags as you prepare to put on fresh new displays of the Stars and Stripes. State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) in cooperation with the Trumbull American Legion Post #141 are encouraging Trumbull residents to dispose of their worn American flags in a dignified

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Trumbull Lawmakers Invite Constituents to Post-Session Wrap-up

Posted on June 3, 2022


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TRUMBULL- With the 2022 legislative session now adjourned and many of the new pieces of legislation signed into by Gov. Lamont, State Reps. David Rutigliano (R-123), Laura Devlin (R-134) and Ben McGorty (R-122) will be hosting a Post- Session Town Hall with Trumbull residents on June 13.

The Town Hall will be at the Trumbull Town Hall in the Council Chambers on Monday, June 13th starting at 5:30PM.

The Trumbull legislative delegation is inviting to the Town Hall and join them for a discussion on

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RUTIGLIANO, LT. GOVERNOR BYSIEWICZ, TRUMBULL ELECTED OFFICIALS ANNOUNCE GRANT-IN-AID FOR NEW VETERANS AND FIRST RESPONDERS CENTER

Posted on June 3, 2022


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(TRUMBULL, CT) – State Rep. David Rutigliano (R-123) along with Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz and Trumbull elected and town officials announced a $1.5 million grant-in-aid to the town of Trumbull to pay for construction costs to create the new Trumbull Veterans and First Responders Center.

When completed, the new center will provide access to jobs, healthcare, and workforce training for the region’s 30,000 veterans. It will also serve as a central location for veteran’s services like health screenings

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