Reps Dauphinais and Lanoue to Host Business Forum in Plainfield

This article was published on: 12/3/19 9:47 PM by Mike Minarsky

State Representative Anne Dauphinais (R-44) and Brian Lanoue (R-45) are inviting local business owners, employees and members of the public to join them for a legislative update and discussion about decisions made during the  2019 session that directly impact the business community.   Among the topics lawmakers will discuss include the state’s new paid family and medical leave program, an increase to the minimum wage, changes to the pass-through entity tax, and a business filing fee increase.

The event will be held on Wednesday, December 11, 2019 from 6:30-8:00 PM within the dining area at the Plainfield Senior Center, 482 Norwich Rd, Plainfield.

Following the forum, the legislators will answer questions. This event is free and open to the public.  For more information please contact Reps. Dauphinais or Lanoue at (800) 842-1423 or via email at

One Response to “Reps Dauphinais and Lanoue to Host Business Forum in Plainfield”

  1. Dennis R. Savage

    Hello State Representatives Ann and Brian,
    As a senior citizen I had the privilege of attending our state parks for free for many years. Last year the legislature took that away from us. Even though I only used the privilege twice to attend picnics I now have to pay for the right to use them by being forcibly charged or taxed if I want to own a vehicle on which I pay taxes. That $10 tax plus the new $5 tax for clean air per registration is quite a financial burden for a family with several vehicles at $15.00 each plus DMV registrations. Will you consider presenting a bill to limit the additional fees and taxes for registrations to one per address or family? I am dropping some registrations due to this burden. Thank you

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