A forum was hosted by the Human Services Committee to listen to concerns from private healthcare provider organizations about a new electronic system for keeping track of services provided to clients expected to be implemented by November 1st.
Representative Peter Tercyak joined his legislative colleagues to announce that a $2.5 million grant for renovations at the Community Mental Health Affiliate facility on 26 Russell St. in New Britain is expected to be approved when the State Bond Commission meets Friday.
Domestic violence is a scourge on civilized society and must be prevented. That is why Representative Peter Tercyak voted for HB 5054, An Act Protecting Victims Of Domestic Violence. The bill requires gun owners to surrender their firearms within 24 hours after being served with a temporary restraining order in domestic violence cases. For more on this legislation, read the CT Mirror news story.
Representative Peter Tercyak, co-chairman of the Labor Committee, leads the House in approving legislation that creates the CT Retirement Security Program for residents who work for businesses that do not offer payroll deduction accounts for retirement savings.