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State's Bond Procedures In Need Of Reform

, The Connecticut Law Tribune


In last week's column, I noted the asymmetry of the governor's condemning as "despicable" alleged financial scamming by a congressional campaign official while ignoring some truly despicable efforts by his subordinates and others to give cover to an illicit plan to divert $300,000 in state funds to Communist Party officials so they can (purportedly) renovate their New Haven headquarters. This week's column must fairly give credit where due, and the credit goes to Gov. Danell Malloy.

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