A campaign flyer sent out by Republican Ed Charamut this past week is under fire for its apparent anti-Semitic imagery depicting the Jewish Connecticut state Rep. Matthew Lesser, according to the Hartford Courant.
State Senate candidates of Connecticut’s 35th district, Daniel Champagne and John Perrier are scheduled to debate from 7-8 p.m. on the October 25 in E.O. Smith High School’s auditorium. Admission is open to the public.
Comments made by University of Connecticut professor of finance and economics and Connecticut Center for Economic Analysis Director Fred Carstensen were the subject of a three-page letter from Connecticut Senate Republican President Len Fasano Thursday.
Connecticut State Senator Michael McLachlan is demanding an audit for the employee management of the University of Connecticut following several past incidents of money misuse, school/state policy violations and poor oversight by the university, according to an article from the Journal Inquirer.
Gov. Dannel Malloy released a new budget proposal on Monday as Connecticut entered its 108th day without a state budget. The new proposed budget raises $150 million less in revenue over the two years and cuts spending by around the same amount.