Tag Archives: David Labriola


Lawmakers decry state budget

HARTFORD — State lawmakers on Monday approved a budget authorization bill, much to the chagrin of two Naugatuck legislators. After some maneuvering of spending and taxes in the two-year, nearly…


GOP legislators decry budget

HARTFORD — Three local Republican lawmakers harshly criticized the nearly $40.3 billion two-year, Democrat-negotiated state budget that was narrowly approved in the House and Senate Wednesday. The budget proposes to…


State reps support school funding bill

HARTFORD — The legislature’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee passed a bill last week to authorize state grant commitments for school building projects. HB 7022, An Act Concerning Authorization of…


Capital briefs

Senators propose encryption for personal records HARTFORD — Senators put forth a proposal to require insurance companies operating in the state to encrypt all personal information records in the wake…


Binding arbitration talk of breakfast

NAUGATUCK — Local legislators and businesspeople discussed ideas and issues over breakfast last week. The Naugatuck Chamber of Commerce hosted its annual Legislative Breakfast Feb. 6 at Jesse Camille’s Restaurant….


Legislators holding office hours

NAUGATUCK — Local legislators are holding office hours to meet with Naugatuck residents. State representatives Rosa Rebimbas (R-70) and David Labriola (R-131) and state senators Joe Crisco (D-17) and Joan…


Labriola, Rebimbas unopposed

NAUGATUCK — There will be no drama Election Day in the 131st and 70th house districts. State representatives David Labriola and Rosa Rebimbas, both Republicans, are unopposed in their bids…


Labriola unopposed in bid for 7th term

NAUGATUCK — Republican David Labriola’s road to a seventh term in the state House of Representatives looks to be unimpeded. Labriola was recently endorsed to run for re-election in the…


Bill protects Good Samaritans

HARTFORD — House members cast what many called lifesaving votes Thursday to counteract a troubling rise in drug-related deaths in Connecticut. The House voted 146-0 to approve legislation to generally…


Legislators support alternative budget

HARTFORD — Republican state lawmakers have proposed an alternative budget proposal, which has gained the support of local lawmakers. “Providing alternatives that fund important programs and reduce overall state spending…