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Srinivasan Says the Budget Looks “Worse than Swiss Cheese”

Posted on November 15, 2017 by admin


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HARTFORDState Representative Prasad Srinivasan (R-Glastonbury) followed his opposing budget vote at the end of October with another “no” vote today against technical changes to the current approved plan. He says that the changes, which ultimately passed with a vote of 123-12, did not make the budget more fiscally responsible for the State of Connecticut.

“Hopefully, the budget process is all done and behind us now,” said Rep. Srinivasan, “but I am very concerned that state revenue estimates are

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Rep. Srinivasan on Whiting Forensic Division of the Connecticut Valley Hospital

Posted on November 14, 2017 by admin


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HARTFORD – The Legislative Public Health Committee held a public hearing and informational forum yesterday to receive testimony regarding the operational practices and procedures of the Department Of Mental Health & Addiction Services Whiting Forensic Division of the Connecticut Valley Hospital. Ranking Member Rep. Prasad Srinivasan (R-31) spoke extensively on the issue and posed questions to testifiers.

Legislature Finally Approves Budget, Srinivasan Reaffirms Support for Previous Bipartisan Budget

Posted on October 26, 2017 by admin


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HARTFORD – The Connecticut General Assembly today passed a bipartisan budget that averts Governor Malloy’s devastating education cuts to cities and towns and installs structural municipal mandate reform that provides long-term relief sought by local leaders and taxpayers. State Representative Prasad Srinivasan (R-Glastonbury) appreciates the effort of leaders from both sides of the aisle to come to this compromise, it passed 126-23 – a margin that overturns a veto by the governor, however without

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Rep. Srinivasan: “I Am Disappointed.”

Posted on June 30, 2017 by admin


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The current fiscal year ends tomorrow, and Connecticut still does not have a budget. I am disappointed that we were not called in to the House Chambers today.

It is incredibly frustrating that our proposals have been so offhandedly rejected by the majority party, especially considering that for the first time in modern history they failed to produce a budget until this afternoon. Their statement that was released with the budget calls it a “revised” plan, but make no mistake, this is misleading given

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Rep. Srinivasan Looks to Clarify Authorities on Bill that Gives Medical Administration Rights

Posted on June 12, 2017 by admin


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HARTFORD – As Ranking Member of the Public Health Committee, State Representative Prasad Srinivasan (R-Glastonbury) co-sponsored H.B. 6025 to allow medical assistants to administer vaccines under supervision, and to study the prescribing authority of naturalistic practitioners. The bill was not approved by the Senate, however, and therefore will likely not be passed this year.