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Becoming Financially Responsible

Published Oct. 31, 2018

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I have lived in Connecticut all of my life and love our state. However, for the past several years, the financial mis-management of the state under Governor Dannel Malloy has caused huge issues, from degradation of state infrastructure, taxing “not-for-profit” hospitals (some of the largest employers in our state), and his inattention to providing a climate where businesses are incentivized to remain in Connecticut and even better, to move here.

I am supporting Adam Greenberg for our 12th District State Senate seat so we can be represented by someone who understands the priority of fiscal responsibility and the importance of business to our state. We need people like Adam who can help turn around the damage done by our current governor. As a business owner, Adam understands the importance of our state becoming financially responsible and attractive, and balancing the need for state services with available funds.

Chris Anderheggen