“$600 Million in Tax Cuts in CT State Budget” – that will be the headline message the partisan Democratic legislature and Governor Lamont will repeat over and over again to celebrate this election year budget adjustment! But after a thorough research and analysis of the budget – Continue reading “Op-Ed: A Measured and Cautious Analysis of the State Budget Adjustment”
An altered Connecticut House of Representatives district map approved in November by the Bipartisan Reapportionment Commission of the Connecticut General Assembly will reshape the composition of the 112th House District.
Currently, the 112th District includes Monroe and part of Continue reading “State House Redistricting Map Means Change for Many Easton Voters”
Easton Delegations Tackles the Question
Timing was the crucial question for Easton’s two state legislators, as they voted on police reform in the special session of the Connecticut General Assembly that convened last July 24 and adjourned July 29.
The state House and Senate Continue reading “Police Reform: Too Rushed or Too Delayed?”
The Connecticut General Assembly closed its special session this week having adopted four pieces of legislation, three with bi-partisan support and one with a vote along party lines in favor of the Democratic majority in both the state House of Representatives and the state Senate. Continue reading “Special Session Bills Passed, Easton Delegation Agrees/Disagrees”
Easton’s members of the Connecticut General Assembly have been moved by recent events and protests to take strong public stands on behalf of equal protection under the law for all people.
State Rep. Anne Hughes, D-Easton, Redding, Weston, has said that the public outcry over the Continue reading “Reporter’s Notebook: Legislators Respond to Outcry over Law Enforcement and Discrimination”