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Public Hearing Alert – Judiciary Committee – Monday, March 14th

Posted on March 12, 2022


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On Monday morning, the Judiciary Committee will be holding a public hearing dealing with the Juvenile Crime Crisis that has had its grip on Connecticut recently. Residents of Connecticut will have the opportunity to have their voices heard on these bills, and as always, I urge you to submit testimony. On my website I have included very helpful links so you can get all of the information you will need in preparation to Monday’s hearing. While some of these bills are aimed to strengthen juvenile justice

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Connecticut Senate & House Republicans Call for Suspending State Gas Tax Demand CT Delegation Push for Federal Gas Tax Cut

Posted on March 10, 2022


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Statement from State Representative David T. Wilson

“Today, I joined my House and Senate Republican colleagues requesting a temporary suspension on our state’s gross receipts tax and on our federal counterparts do the same, in order to give the people of Connecticut needed-relief. Gas is skyrocketing across the country at a record rate, and we cannot just sit idle while our residents bear the burden at the pumps. The cost to heat your home is increasing, to fuel your car is increasing, and with the

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PURA: Virtual Public Listening Session on Performance Based Ratemaking – March 16

Posted on March 7, 2022


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The state’s Public Utilities Regulatory Authority (PURA) is tasked with regulating the rates and services of Connecticut’s energy utility and telecommunication companies. As part of their work, the agency is investigating different systems to help increase efficiency for customers while also reducing costs.

Two years ago, the governor signed PA 20-5 that requires PURA to establish a Performance Based Ratemaking (PBR) framework that “contain standards and metrics to measure how EDCs perform in meeting

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This Week at the State Capitol

Posted on March 2, 2022


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I wanted to keep you up to date with the latest happenings here at your State Capitol. The House of Representatives will be in session on Wednesday, March 2nd and there will be two important public hearings being held on two committees I serve on- Aging and Appropriations. I have included all of the information right from the Connecticut General Assembly Online Bulletin.

I urge you to submit testimony and have your voices heard regarding any bill that might be important to you.

Aging Committee Public

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CONSERVATIVE CAUCUS OBJECTS TO NO-EXCUSE ABSENTEE BALLOTING IN 2022 ELECTION

Posted on February 22, 2022


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HARTFORD – The Connecticut General Assembly Conservative Caucus today voiced its strong objection to legislative Democrats or the Secretary of State permitting no-excuse absentee ballot voting in 2022, as it would explicitly violate the Connecticut Constitution. The Conservative Caucus continues to oppose the Democrats’ disingenuous declaration that public health and civil preparedness emergencies still exist in Connecticut, which the Democrats openly admit they declared simply to qualify for money

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