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Anthony DiPace

Running for State Representative

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Party: Democrat

CEP Status: participating


Age: 58

Marital Status: D

Current Residence: Enfield

Current Job: Service Writer

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Education: High School/ Trade school

Will you support top-down efforts to regionalize local services with an eye toward more efficiency and reducing the state's obligations regarding ECS and/or other funding for towns? How would you go about it?
Not at this time, need more information
Where and how should state government focus its efforts in order to grow jobs?
Cut the red tape and make it faster for companies to get opened, 6 months to a year is to long.
Would you support legislation to "ban the box," prohibiting employers from asking the question about criminal convictions on a job application?
Based on estimates that out-of-state drivers would contribute 30-40% of overall revenue if highway tolls are implemented in Connecticut, would you support tolls with or without offsetting cuts in the state's gas taxes?
No a direct refund on CT Resident state income tax up to $250.00 would be better
Eversource and some out-of-state entities appear to be attempting to buy control of Connecticut's water resources, and some of our quasi-public water agencies have signed away large amounts of water to commercial interests with little regard to future water shortages. What can you do to ensure that Connecticut residents maintain control of public water supplies in perpetuity?
need more info
Much of Connecticut is economically and racially segregated because many towns lack affordable housing and local zoning regulations prohibit multi-family dwellings. How would you propose incentivizing municipalities to start allowing multi-family units and other affordable housing options?
re write state zoning rules to Require a Percentage of Multi family housing
How should the state address disparities in the Education Cost Sharing formula? What specific modifications would you suggest, if any?
Not sure at this time
Should the government's response to the opioid crisis be to focus on law enforcement to stop drug dealers, or improving access to treatment for addiction and reducing the overprescription of painkillers?
Yes this need to be addressed Now
In 2016 the Connecticut Retirement Security Program was created. It will give over 600,000 residents in our state a way to save for retirement at work. Knowing that employees are 15 times more likely to save merely by having access to payroll deduction, how will you continue the implementation of this important program?
make it grow to small business owners and others.
The 459,000 family caregivers in Connecticut provide an estimated 427 million hours of care each year. Nationwide, nearly seven in ten caregivers report making work accommodations because of caregiving, including arriving late/leaving early, cutting back their hours, changing jobs, or stopping work entirely. Would you support a family leave law that provides paid leave to employees who have to take time off for family caregiving purposes?
Would you vote for a bill that would legalize recreational marijuana? Why or why not?
Not sure, would have to weigh to see the pro's and Con's
How should the state balance the needs of vulnerable populations with the reality of another large budget deficit?
Raise the limit on state income tax Threshold to $700,000.00 , look at tolls,
A recent report found 40 percent of Connecticut residents can't afford basic needs such as housing, food, health care, or child care. What would you do to improve their situation?
Raise the min wage by a dollar each year for next 4 years