From Mobs To Racquets, Senator Has Had Colorful Career

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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He was appointed as a federal prosecutor by Robert F. Kennedy, put members of the Genovese crime family behind bars, married a tennis pro and then spent decades as a lawmaker in both New York and Connecticut. Now after 50 years of public service, state Sen. Ed Meyer, D-Guilford, is retiring as he approaches age 80.

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