HARTFORD–John Rigby was sworn in Wednesday as state representative for the 63rd House District. Rigby, of Colebrook, is serving his first term in Connecticut’s legislature. He was accompanied to Hartford by his wife, Kelly, and their daughter, Soren. Rigby chatted with colleagues on both sides of the aisle before Gov. M. Jodi Rell delivered a bleak report about the state of both the national and state economies. Rigby and the rest of the legislators have a difficult task ahead: trying to find solutions to budget deficits forecasted by Rell and government analysts. “Our mission may be a clear one, but the path we will take this session will not be,” Rell told the assembly. Rigby, 39, said he is ready to take decisive action, even if it means making difficult decisions. The freshman legislator said he wants to work toward building state government that communities in his district can rely on, and he is committed to finding budget solutions that won’t see the state increase taxes in tough economic times.