Tag Archives: Rosa Rebimbas

Legislators call for cap on binding arbitration awards

HARTFORD — State representatives David Labriola, R-Oxford, and Rosa Rebimbas, R-Naugatuck, have proposed legislation to the Labor and Public Employees Committee asking for consideration regarding amendments to the collective bargaining…

Legislators holding community forum

NAUGATUCK — Local legislators are holding a community forum next week to provide a legislative update to constituents. State representatives David Labriola, R-131, and Rosa Rebimbas, R-70, and state senators…

Legislators get committee assignments

HARTFORD — The House GOP leadership last week announced committee assignments and appointments to caucus posts on the eve of the opening of the legislature’s 2017 session. State Rep. Rosa…

Zupkus, Rebimbas re-elected without opposition

There was no drama Tuesday when it came to the races for state representative in the 89th District and 70th District — frankly because there were no races. State representatives…

Re-election road clear

The path to another term in office is a clear one for state representatives Lezlye Zupkus and Rosa Rebimbas. Zupkus and Rebimbas, both Republicans, are running for re-election unopposed in…

Opening up a line of communication

NAUGATUCK — State and local officials came together last week to open up a dialogue on a host of issues. “My vision is just to open up the lines of…

Bill aims to expand grandparent’s rights

HARTFORD — State Rep. Rosa Rebimbas, R-Naugatuck, has introduced legislation designed to give grandparents more rights regarding visitation with a grandchild. H.B. 5608 would amend current state law to allow…

Discussing politics at breakfast

Legislators address borough business community NAUGATUCK — Legislators delivered a message to local business leaders Tuesday morning: become more involved in their government. State Sen. Joan Hartley, D-Waterbury, encouraged those…

Legislators propose cap on binding arbitration awards

HARTFORD — State representatives Rosa Rebimbas, R-Naugatuck, and David Labriola, R-Oxford, have proposed limiting binding arbitration awards for increased wages to reflect, or stay within, the Consumer Price Index. The current…

Rebimbas discusses vote against budget plan

HARTFORD — State lawmakers approved a plan last week to close a projected budget deficit mostly along party lines with Democrats in the House and Senate carrying the proposal to…