CSCPA Working with Legislators to 'Fix Our Future'

With everything that's happened in the country as a result of the recession, CSCPA decided it was time to act. Our state's CPAs are Connecticut's business leaders, and we decided to use your experiences and your knowledge to talk to our legislators. More than 700 CSCPA members responded to our survey, and members were in Groton on January 20, 2010 to talk to legislators with the first "Fixing Our Future" program.

Fixing Our Future

Legislators on hand January 20 included:

  • Sen. Andrew Maynard (D-18th - Griswold, Groton, North Stonington, Plainfield, Preston, Sterling, Stonington, Voluntown)
  • Sen. Edith Prague (D-19th - Andover, Bozrah, Columbia, Franklin, Hebron, Lebanon, Ledyard, Lisbon, Montville, Norwich, Sprague)
  • Rep. Ted Moukawsher (D-40th - Groton, New London)
  • Rep. Elissa Wright (D-41st - Noank)
  • Rep. Christopher Coutu (R-47th - Canterbury, Scotland, Sprague, Norwich)
  • Rep. Tom Reynolds (D-42nd - Preston, Ledyard, Montville)
  • Rep. Kevin Ryan (D-139th - Bozrah, Franklin, Lebanon, Montville)
  • Rep. Ed Jutila (D-37th - East Lyme, Salem) 

CSCPA President-Elect Marcia Marien served as moderator.






CSCPA Executive Director Art Renner









Meeting with Chairs from the Connecticut Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee

On January 19, 2010, the CSCPA State Taxation Committee and the Connecticut Business & Industry Association hosted a forum with the Finance, Revenue, and Bonding Committee.

Sen. Eileen Daily and Rep. Cameron Staples were on hand to address the participants and take questions.