Posted on May 21, 2021 by zobermiller
With the legislative session quickly coming to an end, it appears the legislative majority will continue to keep the Capitol closed to the public despite the statewide lifting of governor’s business restrictions and the governor ordering state government staff back to their offices. This is disappointing but unlikely to change before the session ends on June 9th.
On Thursday, the House of Representatives debated House Bill 6107, An Act Concerning the Reorganization of the Zoning Enabling Act…
Posted on May 17, 2021 by zobermiller
Dear Friends & Neighbors,
With a month left of the legislative year, the House of Representatives will continue to hold in-person session days until we adjourn on June 9th. Affordability is a significant ongoing problem for Connecticut families, retirees, individuals and small businesses – something that I and my Republican colleagues have focused on, particularly while many are still dealing with financial disruption from the pandemic. Unfortunately, many of my friends and colleagues across the…
Posted on May 3, 2021 by zobermiller
Today I had the honor of participating in the ceremony to raise the Polish Flag at the Capitol. The event marks the 230th anniversary of the 1791 Polish Constitution, which sought to create equality among citizens, forge a representative government, and implement the division of executive, legislative, and judicial powers.
The Polish Constitution is considered Europe’s first written constitution and the world’s second oldest after the United States Constitution.
This is the 30th year Connecticut…