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Protecting Connecticut consumers from FCC's decision to gut net neutrality rules

March 6, 2018

After the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) decided to gut net neutrality rules, I co-sponsored Senate Bill 2, "An act concerning internet service providers and net neutrality principles," which would further protect Connecticut consumers from the agency's decision. Preserving an open internet is good for Connecticut's businesses, startups, students and consumers. We need to make sure these rules are protected.

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Elliott advocates for a fair workweek, voices support for the elimination of on-call shifts

March 6, 2018

State Rep. Josh Elliott voices his support for Senate Bill 321, which would establish a fair workweek by helping to eliminate the practice of on-call scheduling for Connecticut's big box retail, food service, hospitality and home care workers.

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Elliott earns 100 percent voting record during the 2017 legislative session

December 7, 2017

State Rep. Josh Elliott voted 417 times during the 2017 legislative session, earning him a 100 percent voting record. Elliott voted in favor of bills that strengthen current protections for pregnant and nursing women under the state's anti-discrimination law and allow municipalities to tap into a reserve of funding to purchase body and dashboard cameras for police cruisers.

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What I'm fighting for

October 25, 2017

During the 2017 regular legislative session, state Rep. Josh Elliott fought to build a more progressive future for Connecticut by advocating for legislation that implements new revenue and allows the state to remain competitive with the likes of Massachusetts and New York. 

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