Rep. Zawistowski Votes No on Tolls

Posted on March 22, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – On Wednesday, March 21st, State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61) voted against three proposed bills in the Transportation Committee that would install tolls on Connecticut highways including I-84, I-91, I-95, Rt. 15 and potentially any other limited access highway.

“I am disappointed, but I am not surprised that the committee voted to approve what amounts to a nearly one billion dollar tax increase. Residents have recognized that tolls would have a negative impact on the cost of living and increase traffic on our backroads,” said Rep. Zawistowski. “This session we have seen a clear pattern of targeting middle class and working families with tax increases from the Democrat majority in the legislature and the new administration. Each of these proposals would put tolls on I-91 and I-84 directly impacting commuters, businesses and families across north-central Connecticut.”

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Rep. Zawistowski Celebrates Agriculture Day at the Capitol

Posted on March 21, 2019 by admin


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HARTFORD – State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61) stopped by the Suffield booth set up at the Capitol for Agriculture Day speaking with Suffield Town Clerk Kathleen Dunai and Main Street CT CEO and former Suffield Economic Development Director Patrick McMahon.

Rep. Zawistowski shared, “It was a pleasure seeing Suffield agriculture represented at the Capitol. I am lucky to represent a community that does such a good job preserving and growing our agricultural heritage.”

‘Ag Day’ put on by the

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Transportation Committee to Vote on Tolls

Posted on March 19, 2019 by admin


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Dear Friends & Neighbors,

The legislature’s Transportation Committee on Wednesday will likely decide whether to advance a bill to implement tolls in Connecticut. The meeting begins at 10:30 a.m., and it will likely be shown on CT-N.

I want you to know that I remain opposed to the installation of tolls in Connecticut. Residents and employers simply can’t afford it— especially when combined with the numerous tax hikes being proposed by Governor Lamont and the legislature’s Democrat majority. Yes, they’re

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