Tag Archives: David Labriola

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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….

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…

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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…