Prioritize Progress: A Plan to Fully Fund the STF

As it stands now, a major roadblock to Connecticut’s economic recovery remains the issue of transportation funding and how we prioritize spending. Every state relies on its transportation network to support economic development and maximize quality of life. Transportation has been ignored for far too long here in Connecticut. Funding has been unpredictable and unreliable.  It has long…

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Connecticut, We Are Better Than This

Connecticut, We Are Better Than This

As I lingered over the Wall Street Journal this past Saturday (1.27.18), an editorial entitled Connecticut S.O.S. caught my eye.  This piece called to task Governor Malloy and the legislative Democrats for their mishandling of our state budget and their “eyes-closed” allegiance to state union bosses.  The last line reads, ‘Connecticut voters are just beginning…

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Connecticut Legislators Have Two Choices

Connecticut Legislators Have Two Choices

In today’s hastily called special session of the House where the Speaker hopes to prevent an override of Governor Malloy’s veto of our bipartisan budget, there are two choices- support our budget, or support the governor’s unnecessary cuts to education, programs for the developmentally disabled, Care 4 Kids and a host of other important priorities.

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