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In the Headlines & On the Blogs

  • 07/26/2015
    Stop whining, Sen. Formica, GOP never had valid budget plan
    The Day: Over the past few months Republican state Senator Paul Formica of East Lyme has had a run of letters and an op-ed in the Day − "Republican reflects on first year in state legislature" − making certain claims that are provably false and asserting that if Republicans joined in the final budget negotiations that somehow the state budget would be better or they would actually vote for it.
  • 07/24/2015
    Lawmakers tout cap in car taxes
    News12: Several Democratic lawmakers were in Bridgeport on Friday to tout a cap in the amount some car owners pay in car taxes.
  • 07/24/2015
    Report: Connecticut's Economy Improving Rapidly
    Hartford Courant: Connecticut's economy has done pretty well over the last three months, according to a Federal Reserve Bank index. The only state that's seen a bigger increase in its "Coincident Index" than Connecticut is Indiana.
  • 07/22/2015
    State Officials Urge Rejection of Federal Cybersecurity Legislation
    WNPR: State Officials are urging federal lawmakers to reconsider several bills aimed at improving cybersecurity.
  • 07/21/2015
    State To Fund Manchester Army & Navy Club And Pool Projects
    Hartford Courant: The State Bond Commission is expected to approve funds for renovations to the Army & Navy Club and a pool for people with disabilities at Manchester High School, Sen. Steve Cassano said Tuesday.
  • 07/21/2015
    Connecticut Caregivers Provide Billions in Unpaid Care
    CTNewsJunkie: A new report by the American Association of Retired Persons estimates that Connecticut family caregivers provided a cumulative total of $5.93 billion in unpaid care services to their adult loved ones in 2013.

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Car Tax Relief for Bridgeport

July 24, 2015 —Senators Ed Gomes and Marilyn Moore announce that Park City businesses and middle-class families can expect to see millions of dollars in car tax relief in 2016.

Working to Prevent Federal Preemption of States’ Cybersecurity Protections

Tell your Congressional delegation to vote NO on federal preemption of states’ cybersecurity protections.

July 21, 2015 — Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff and Attorney General George Jepsen urge members of Congress to stand against cybersecurity legislation that, as currently written, will provide less protection to consumers than current Connecticut law.

Appointments to the Task Force to Study the State-Wide Response to Family Violence

July 15, 2015 —Senate President Martin Looney announces the co-chairs of the newly established Task Force to Study the State-Wide Response to Family Violence.

Criminal Justice Reforms Signed Into Law

July 9, 2015 —Senator Coleman celebrates the governor’s signature on a comprehensive package of criminal justice reforms including the Second Chance Society initiative which aims to reshape sentencing protocols for nonviolent drug offenders.