“Roadmap” for electric vehicle mandate

Posted on March 11, 2024


I’m sending a quick note about a subject that’s gained a lot of attention over the last few months—a ban on gas-powered vehicles.

It was pushback from residents and businesses in all corners of the state that caused the Governor and majority Democrats to pause their immediate push for an electric vehicle mandate, but new legislation makes clear that their intention is to revisit their unpopular plan to adopt California’s radical emissions standards.

On Wednesday, the legislature’s Transportation

Rep. Zawistowski Proposes Cutting License Plate Fees in Half for Veterans

Posted on February 29, 2024


State Representative Tami Zawistowski (R-61) this week submitted written testimony to the Veterans Affairs Committee in support of legislation she proposed that would halve the fee for veterans who request a special license plate designating their service from the Department of Motor Vehicles.

Rep. Zawistowski proposed the concept which became committee bill 5287 – An Act Concerning the Fees for Veterans’ Specialty License Plates. If enacted, fees associated with special number plates for “any veteran

CT House and Senate Republicans Offer Ideas to Provide Ratepayers Relief on Electric Bills

Posted on February 23, 2024


Today, I joined my House and Senate Republican colleagues to unveil a set of policy goals to provide Connecticut residents with long-term rate reduction, long-term stability, and short-term relief from ever-increasing energy costs.

Unfortunately, past decisions are coming back to harm ratepayers today, and the policy proposals we’re presenting have the power to right the proverbial ship and provide immediate help to struggling ratepayers. Our plan proposes using federal ARPA funds to eliminate a