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In the Headlines & On the Blogs

  • 07/30/2015
    Momentum for Senate bill to address sexual assault in college
    The Bulletin: A Senate committee explored possible responses to sexual assault in college Wednesday during a hearing that suggested there is bipartisan momentum for legislation to address what has emerged as a key issue on many campuses.
  • 07/30/2015
    Former Sen. Eileen Daily, long a force in state finance, dies at 72
    CTMirror: Former state Sen. Eileen Daily of Westbrook, who died early Thursday, was remembered as a devoted friend, a shrewd negotiator and a calming force who helped shepherd Connecticut through one of its worst fiscal crises.
  • 07/30/2015
    Economy grows 2.3% in spring; 1st quarter revised higher
    LA Times: The U.S. economy rebounded this spring with annualized growth of 2.3%, and new data indicated that there was no contraction in the first quarter after all, the Commerce Department said Thursday.
  • 07/29/2015
    Lawmakers Open To Property Tax Relief Lock Box
    CTNewsJunkie: Democratic legislative leaders said there may not be any language in the budget guaranteeing that future legislatures will continue to use a half percent of the sales tax to fund property tax relief on motor vehicles, but they were optimistic that the funds would continue to be used for their intended purpose.
  • 07/29/2015
    Legislative Leaders Call For Hearings on DCF
    CTNewsJunkie: Legislative leaders asked the co-chairs of the Appropriations, Children’s and Human Services Committees on Tuesday to hold legislative hearings on the conditions and practices at the Department of Children and Families’ two locked facilities for juveniles.
  • 07/28/2015
    Hamden legislators tout break residents and businesses to get with car tax relief
    New Haven Register: Residents of cities and towns with higher mill rates will get a break on one of the most unpopular taxes in the state — the car tax.

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Car Tax Relief for Manchester

July 29, 2015 —State Senators Steve Cassano, Martin Looney and Bob Duff joined Hartford Distributors Chief Executive Officer Ross Hollander to talk about the forthcoming motor vehicle tax changes, which will provide several thousand dollars in tax relief over the next few years.

Car Tax Relief for Businesses and Middle-Class Families in Hamden

July 28, 2015 —Senate and House Leaders visited Auto Sales II in Hamden to highlight the hundreds of thousands of dollars businesses and residents will save beginning in 2016 as a result of car tax relief.

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.