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Car Tax Relief for Manchester

July 29, 2015 —State Senators Steve Cassano, Martin Looney and Bob Duff joined Hartford Distributors Chief Executive Officer Ross Hollander to talk about the forthcoming motor vehicle tax changes, which will provide several thousand dollars in tax relief over the next few years.

Car Tax Relief for Businesses and Middle-Class Families in Hamden

July 28, 2015 —Senate and House Leaders visited Auto Sales II in Hamden to highlight the hundreds of thousands of dollars businesses and residents will save beginning in 2016 as a result of car tax relief.

Car Tax Relief for Bridgeport

July 24, 2015 —Senators Ed Gomes and Marilyn Moore announce that Park City businesses and middle-class families can expect to see millions of dollars in car tax relief in 2016.

Working to Prevent Federal Preemption of States’ Cybersecurity Protections

Tell your Congressional delegation to vote NO on federal preemption of states’ cybersecurity protections.

July 21, 2015 — Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff and Attorney General George Jepsen urge members of Congress to stand against cybersecurity legislation that, as currently written, will provide less protection to consumers than current Connecticut law.