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February 17, 2019


Flexer Misspeaks in Response to Board of Regents Issue

In an attempt to accurately report this story, CT Chronicle has made several attempts to contact Senator Flexer regarding the information we published on Friday.  We have not received a call from Flexer or her press aid seeking comment regarding this story.  Senator Flexer interviewed with WINY radio in Putnam to discuss the story we

Flexer Breaks Promise to Fight Consolidation of State Colleges

Sources tell CT Chronicle that Sen. Mae Flexer (D-Killingly) has quashed a bill that would do away with the Board of Regents for Higher Education during the screening process of the Higher Education & Employment Advancement Committee.  Flexer is the Vice-chair of the committee and is tasked with reviewing bills brought before the committee. The

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Connecticut’s Tolling Mistake

Connecticut’s middle class can’t afford another billion dollar a year tax that will cost each resident over $1,000.00 per year just to get to work. 

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Why $15.00 an hour Will Be Bad for Connecticut

Governor Ned Lamont made it one of his rallying cries during the election to pass a $15.00 per hour minimum wage.  Democrat legislators were already on board and Lamont gladly embraced this partisan issue to drive people to the polls.  He painted Bob Stefanowski as heartless for not wanting to help Connecticut’s lowest wage workers

Democrats Are Out of Ideas

Obviously hoping to ride a wave of Anti-Trump sentiment, Christine Rosati Randall has announced a run for the CT House District 44 seat currently held by Rep. Anne Dauphinais (R-Killingly). As reported in The CT Mirror by Mark Pazniokas, “Former state Rep. Christine Rosati Randall, D-Killingly, who was unseated last year in a lopsided loss to Republican Anne

Doug Dubitsky – A Representative of the People

People have a very low opinion of their representatives in government.   One need not bore you with statistics to show this lack of faith in elected representatives.  A major reason for this is the electorate does not feel like their voices are being heard.  Nowhere is this more prevalent than in Connecticut.  After tax increase

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