CURRENT NEWS

Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff was joined by House Transportation Committee Chair Tony Guerra and Jim Chen from Tesla Motors to announce proposed legislation that permits manufacturers of electric vehicles to sell directly to consumers in Connecticut. Senate Bill 3, An Act Concerning the Licensing of New and Used Car Dealers would allow consumers to purchase electric cars without leaving the state.


Tesla Seeks Direct Lane to Consumers

February 9, 2016

We need to embrace companies that express a sincere desire to invest and create jobs in Connecticut. Telsa is an innovative company that will revolutionize transportation in the coming century. I’m proud to be a part of the effort that will allow Tesla in our state and create jobs.

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Trade Opportunities Abound In Caribbean

December 1, 2015

A direct flight between Bradley and Jamaica would increase travel and economic opportunities. We should pursue every opportunity to expand Connecticut’s presence in the import/export market.

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House Passes Uber Regs

June 2, 2015

The Connecticut House has overwhelmingly approved a sweeping set of rules governing swiftly growing ride-for-hire companies such as Uber and Lyft.

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House Backs Tesla Bill

May 21, 2015

A bill (HB 6682) authored by State Rep. Tony Guerrera will allow Tesla Motors to open three stores in Connecticut. Unlike traditional car dealerships, Tesla sells directly to the consumer.

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