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Working to Improve CT Housing Policy. Connecticut General Assembly Housing Committee Co-Chair Larry Butler, Committee Ranking Member Brenda Kupchick, and Committee Co-Chair Tony Hwang.

Hwang, Kupchick bring affordable housing reform one step closer

Rep. Kupchick and Sen. Hwang co-sponsored two major pieces of legislation that would update the 8-30g state statute: House Bill 6880 and House Bill 7057. The bills now await debate and passage in the House of Representatives.

Working to Improve CT Housing Policy. Connecticut General Assembly Housing Committee Co-Chair Larry Butler, Committee Ranking Member Brenda Kupchick, and Committee Co-Chair Tony Hwang.

Sen. Hwang, Rep. Kupchick bring affordable housing reform one step closer

Housing Committee Chair Sen. Tony Hwang and Ranking Member Rep. Brenda Kupchick on March 7 applauded the committee’s passage of legislation which aims to improve and update the controversial 1990 affordable housing state law known as “8-30g.”

State Rep. Adam Dunsby (R-135)

Dunsby proposes bill to stop vexatious FOI complaints

State Rep. Adam Dunsby didn’t waste any time getting down to business after being sworn…

To deal with state cuts, Weston selectmen add budget provisos

To deal with potential state budget cuts that could have a huge impact on Weston,…

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