Monday, September 18, 2017

Senators Suzio and Fazano - Call to Action: Tell Malloy "Don't Veto this Budget!"

Watching the votes in the Senate last night on the Republican budget proposal.
Senator Fazano:

It was an amazing display of courage at the state Capitol yesterday.

Multiple Democrat lawmakers in both the Senate and House of Representatives joined with Republicans to vote for our state budget proposal.

The legislature has officially passed a bipartisan budget that now moves to the governor's desk for his signature. This is a budget that restores education funding for our schools, that holds towns and cities harmless to cuts over the next two years, that restores funding for core social services that help the most vulnerable, and that does not impose new taxes on CT residents.

This historic and now bipartisan budget deserves support, not a veto from the governor. A veto will mean chaos as the governor's drastic executive order cuts to schools would go into effect in October and the state’s deficit becomes harder to solve as each day goes by. A veto should not stand in the way of a budget that aims to restore confidence in our state.

Call Governor Malloy at (800) 406-1527 to tell him “Don’t veto this budget!”

Learn more about the budget here. | About Len | Newsroom

Senator Suzio:   Our bipartisan no new taxes budget bill is now on Gov. Malloy's desk!
This plan restores education funding for our schools, restores funding for services for the most vulnerable, and has NO NEW TAXES.
Please do the following on Monday morning:
Call the governor's office at 860-566-4840.
Tell Malloy to sign this bipartisan bill!
Tell him to support Cheshire, Meriden, Middlefield, Middletown and Rockfall!
Tell him: "Don’t veto this budget!”
Email him at
Copy me on the email at
Keep calling and writing!
SHARE this info with Fed Up CT Taxpayers who don't want Malloy to tax our cell phones and hike taxes by more than a billion dollars Yet Again!

State Senator Len Suzio
300 Capitol Avenue
Hartford, CT. 06106
Phone: 1-800-842-1421

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