2024 Acts Affecting Available Now!

Posted on July 8, 2024


I just wanted you to know that at the conclusion of each legislative session, the non-partisan Office of Legislative Research compiles reports on public acts organized by topics. These reports include various topics such as “Acts Affecting Seniors,” “Acts Affecting Criminal Justice and Safety,” “Acts Affecting Business and Jobs,” and much more.

Click here to access the full range of reports.

New Laws Now in Effect!

Posted on July 3, 2024


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

I wanted you to know that several new laws took effect on July 1st that could have an impact on you, your business, or our community. I highlighted some of them below.

An expanded list of those that took effect, along with summaries, can be accessed here.

An Act Concerning Coerced Debt (Public Act: 24-77)

  • More than likely one of the most important bills passed this session to protect victims of domestic violence, this new law permits a victim of financial abuse to contact

Touring the Noden-Reed House

Posted on June 25, 2024


Windsor Locks Town Historian and Curator Mickey Danyluk recently gave State Rep. Tami Zawistowski a personal tour of the Noden-Reed House, Museum and Park.  Once the home of a prominent Windsor Locks farm family, Noden-Reed Park has been a community asset for more than 50 years. Danyluk said that while much of the home’s original contents were gone, the pieces inside are period correct, mostly local and all have a connection to the time period or relate directly to Windsor Locks history dating back