Posted on September 25, 2020 by admin
Where is the common ground and common sense?
From the hundreds of conversations I’ve had, 80 to 85 percent of us fit a “moderate middle” description: center right on state fiscal issues and center left on social issues. So why is it that the very far left in our state carries such weight in setting public policy? Where is the balance, respect for process and common sense? Where is the sense of responsibility to work together to craft good policy to benefit all in our state?
An example of this lack…
Posted on September 4, 2020 by admin
For those of you who did not have the opportunity to voice your concerns about Eversource’s recent energy rate increases during the recent public hearings, there will be two more opportunities this week, as well as more in October.
This issue affects customers throughout the state, and the more we speak up, the more likely we are to see the results we want.
Please consider submitting testimony if you have not done so already. I have provided details on the hearings and instructions for submitting…
Posted on August 31, 2020 by admin
The COVID-19 pandemic has changed how we conduct business, educate our children, and go about our daily lives. It has also changed our election process.
In July, the legislature passed a bill, now law, making all residents eligible to vote by absentee ballot (AB) in the November general election citing concern over COVID-19 as their reason. All you need to do is check the appropriate box on the application.
We passed this legislation because it is important that all residents have the opportunity…