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Public Hearing – An Act Concerning Virtual Learning

Posted on March 4, 2021 by admin


Dear Friends & Neighbors,

On Monday March 8th, the Education Committee will conduct a public hearing on S.B. 977, “An Act Concerning Virtual Learning.” The stated purpose of this committee bill is “to require the Department of Education to develop uniform standards for the provision of virtual learning in public schools, conduct a comprehensive audit of virtual learning programs in the state and develop guidelines for training educators in the provision of virtual learning.”

This is your opportunity

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Age Based Vaccine Distribution

Posted on February 24, 2021 by admin


Dear Friends and Neighbors,

On Monday afternoon, Governor Lamont announced that the state will move forward with an age-based approach for distributing the coronavirus vaccine beginning on March 1st. Initially, the phased roll out included such factors as age, occupation, pre-existing conditions, and residency. Most recently, eligibility was expanded to those 65 and older under “Phase 1b.”

The planned eligibility timeline:

  • March 1, 2021: Expands to age group 55 to 64,

In addition to the age-based

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Capitol Update 2.10.2021

Posted on February 10, 2021 by admin


House Republicans Set Policy Priorities 

Connecticut suffers from years of policy decisions that have made it inhospitable to job creators and increasingly unaffordable for its residents. The COVID-19 pandemic created new hurdles, and more than ever we need the legislature to take steps that prove to residents that their state government is willing to take action to improve their quality of life. Our state’s potential lies dormant, and our effort to restart Connecticut is driven by these principles:

  • The cost of government should not be a burden on those it serves.
  • New laws should resolve problems, not create them.
  • Government’s purpose is to protect and serve people, not special interests.
  • Public access and oversight are vital to government accountability.
  • Restoring trust in government requires government to trust people to make their own best choices for themselves and their families.

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