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February 23rd, 2017 by

Hwang 2017-02-23 Gaming Opposition Press Avail (3 of 4)

“No More Casinos in CT”

State Sen. Tony Hwang (center) on Feb. 23 spoke with reporters at the Legislative Office Building about why he opposes efforts to open a commercial casino in the Hartford area. Hwang cited the economic and social costs of more legalized gambling in Connecticut. He and a newly formed, non-partisan, 12-group alliance have joined forces to oppose the legalization of off-reservation commercial casino gambling in the Constitution State. For more information on the alliance: www.NoMoreCasinosInCT.org . Hwang represents Fairfield, Newtown, Westport, Weston and Easton. He can be reached at 800-842-1421 and at Tony.Hwang@cga.ct.gov . On the web: www.SenatorHwang.com .

February 21st, 2017 by
Sen. Hwang Stands Behind Effort to Make Changes to 8-30g Housing Law Housing Committee Chair Sen. Tony Hwang on Feb. 16 participated in a wide-ranging discussion at the Legislative Office Building on the controversial 1990 affordable housing state l
February 21st, 2017 by
Gov. Malloy’s budget proposal shifts the state’s burdens onto towns and will lead to significant local property tax hikes. What can you do about it? I urge taxpayers in Easton, Fairfield, Newtown, Weston, and Westport to speak out. A publ
February 17th, 2017 by
HARTFORD- Fairfield state legislators on Feb. 16 participated in a wide-ranging the discussion at the Legislative Office Building on the controversial 1990 affordable housing state law known as “8-30g”. Housing Committee Chair Sen. Tony Hwang, R
February 16th, 2017 by
I’m looking forward to serving as Co-Chair for Thursday’s public hearing at the Legislative Office Building on the controversial 1990 affordable housing state law known as “8-30g”. It’s an opportunity to: Receive input from local zoning
February 15th, 2017 by
Senior advocates from Fairfield on Feb. 7 joined Sen. Tony Hwang at the State Capitol to speak in favor of legislation to exempt Social Security payments from the Connecticut income tax. “We are trying to eliminate the state tax on Social Security
February 14th, 2017 by
The Connecticut General Assembly’s Housing Committee, which I Chair, will soon hold a public hearing on the controversial affordable housing state law known as 8-30g. The hearing will be held at 10:30 a.m. on Thursday, Feb. 16 in Room 2A of the Leg