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Issue Position: Restore Connecticut's Heritage

Jan. 1

Restore Connecticut's heritage as a vibrant, business-friendly, job-producing state Connecticut has one of the highest tax rates on retirement incomes and businesses. This is a truth that the Democrats in leadership fail to acknowledge. We must set more predictability and fairness in tax policy for employers and families.

Issue Position: Enact Common-Sense Solutions for You

Jan. 1

Enact common-sense solutions for you, your families, and our communities in education, healthcare, environment, public safety, and transportation We do need bills such as, "An Act Concerning Opioids and Access to Overdose Reversal Drugs" (PA 16-43) that help address this crisis in death from overdoses of opiates or heroin. We do not need bills such as "An Act Creating the Connecticut Retirement Security Program" (PA 16-29) that create a new state entity to administer retirement account programs for private sector employers (with five or more employees) who do not offer their own retirement plans. Individuals already have access to well-regulated financial institutions offering these retirement savings programs. We do not need a Connecticut Mileage Tax, a policy being re-considered by Democrats to tax each driver in our state on the number of miles driven each year.

Issue Position: Transform Fiscal Policy

Jan. 1

Transform fiscal policy in Hartford to reduce our record deficit through long-term structural budget change The solution to our deficit challenges is not difficult. We simply need to take heed of the dynamics that continue crushing our state finances. Times have changed. We need policies that will propel the state economy forward and retain its citizens, i.e. no more tax rate increases. Our proposed solutions include privatizing some state services, such as the DMV, and moving all new state hires from defined benefit to defined contribution 401(k) plans. Our state employee union leaders would be well served to agree to open up the contracts and modify benefits to more closely mirror other states and the private sector.

Debates/Survey

2020

Feb. 1
Darien Coffee & Conversation

Sat 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM EST

Neat Coffee Darien, CT

Feb. 1
Rowayton Coffee & Conversation

Sat 11:00 AM – 12:00 PM EST

Rowayton Market Norwalk, CT

Dec. 17
Addressing the Costs of Prescription Drugs

Tue 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST

Norwalk Senior Center Norwalk, CT

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