Guglielmo Earns a Perfect Record

July 18, 2012

Connecticut League of Conservation Voters Scorecard

Hartford, CT – State Senator Tony Guglielmo (R-Stafford) was recognized by the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters (CTLCV) as earning a perfect 100% voting record on bills scored by the League during the 2012 session.

“I have been a longtime environmental champion and will always fighting for these issues in the Senate,” said Sen. Guglielmo. “This year I co-sponsored a bill to hold poachers accountable for trespassing and hunting animals on protected land. I was able to accomplish this with the support of the Connecticut Sportsman’s Coalition and the Connecticut Audubon Society.”

During the 2012 legislative session Senator Guglielmo also supported bills that will help to ensure the safe disposal of pharmaceuticals; reduce harmful levels of phosphorus in Connecticut’s rivers, lakes and streams and modernize the state’s coastal zone management laws in a way that balances environmental concerns with the rights of property owners.

“The League of Conservation Voters does its part each legislative session to remind elected officials of their responsibility to our environment,” said Sen. Guglielmo. “I am honored to have their recognition.”

The complete scorecard can be viewed at:

About the Connecticut League of Conservation Voters

Formed in 1998, the bipartisan Connecticut League of Conservation Voters works with legislators and environmental leaders in Connecticut. Their goal is to get sustainable environmental policies enacted at the state level that affect our air, water, wildlife, open space, transportation, energy choices, and health. CTLCV helps educate state legislators about issues, notifies them about important upcoming votes, and produces an annual environmental scorecard to track their individual voting records.