State Representatives Fred Camillo (R-151), Livvy Floren (R-149), and Mike Bocchino (R-150) will participate in a panel discussion on key issues facing the State Legislature at the July 5 meeting of the Retired Men’s Association (RMA). The talk begins promptly at 11:00am.
Among the issues they will be asked to cover are Connecticut’s budget deficit, the state’s unfunded pension liability, our transportation system, marijuana legalization, and the paucity of bills passed this past year.
All three representatives are co-sponsors of a bill that would increase the threshold for the imposition of the estate tax.
Fred Camillo represents the 151st district in Greenwich. He was reelected to his fifth term in November 2016. He serves as a member of the Commerce, Executive and Legislative Nominations, and Higher Education and Employee Advancement Committees. Since 2015 he has served as Assistant Republican Leader in the House of Representatives.
Livvy Floren, serving her ninth term in office, represents the 149th districts in Greenwich and Stamford. She serves on the Legislative Management, Insurance and Real Estate, and Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committees. Since 2007 she has served as Assistant Republican Leader in the House of Representatives.
Mike Bocchino represents the 150th district in Greenwich. In his second term in the House, he serves on the Energy and Technology, Housing, and Labor and Public Employees Committees.
The RMA social break starts at 10:40am followed promptly by the panel discussion at 11:00am. Free, open to the public. No reservations required.