A bipartisan bill passed by the General Assembly and signed into law by Governor Lamont extends the current suspension of the gasoline tax, provides additional funding for energy assistance programs, and continues premium pay for frontline workers.
An additional $1 billion boost in federal funding to the Low Income Energy Assistance Program (LIHEAP), allowing for more households to receive the benefit in the state, has been allocated as part of an emergency supplemental aid package recently approved by Congress.
Did you know that an estimated 3,550 Connecticut women will be diagnosed with breast cancer this year? While anyone is at risk of developing breast cancer, it is the most common type of cancer diagnosed in American women, except for skin cancers.
The budget proposal we approved in the House of Representatives early Tuesday morning offers Connecticut taxpayers like you and your neighbors $600 million in tax cuts.
Nationwide, states have experienced a wave of catalytic converter thefts. Today, my House colleagues and I sent legislation to the governor that works to curb these thefts by eliminating the market for these parts.