Lawsuits Filed Against Connecticut Secretary of the State over Absentee Voting

Lawsuits Filed Against Connecticut Secretary of the State over Absentee Voting

“IT’S ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION” by Sharon Rondeau (Jul. 5, 2020) — On July 1, a Connecticut-based non-profit filed a lawsuit naming Secretary of the State Denise Merrill (D) as defendant as a result of her announced intent in early May to send absentee-voter applications to every registered voter for the state’s primary elections on August […]

Local Health Department Orders Connecticut Barbershop to Close after it Reopened Wednesday

Local Health Department Orders Connecticut Barbershop to Close after it Reopened Wednesday

SPOKESMAN: ORDER A “LEGAL DOCUMENT” by Sharon Rondeau (May 21, 2020) — As was reported Wednesday evening on Fox 61 and in The Westerly (RI) Sun, a Pawcatuck, CT barbershop which reopened on Wednesday in defiance of Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont’s revised order may face closure Thursday afternoon by a local health department. Pawcatuck, a […]

First Connecticut Reopenings Scheduled for May 20

First Connecticut Reopenings Scheduled for May 20

“PHASE 2” TO BEGIN ONE MONTH LATER by Sharon Rondeau (May 13, 2020) — During Wednesday’s Connecticut update on the coronavirus pandemic, Gov. Ned Lamont (D) hosted two state legislators who are also restaurant owners to discuss strategies they have employed to remain open as well as to reopen their establishments to sit-down guests in […]

Mayor Ganim Announces Governor Lamont and Lt Governor Bysiewicz to Join Care-a-Van Recognizing Frontline Healthcare Workers

Mayor Ganim Announces Governor Lamont and Lt Governor Bysiewicz to Join Care-a-Van Recognizing Frontline Healthcare Workers

ALONG WITH RESIDENTS, AND PATIENTS IN RECOVERY AT CITY OF BRIDGEPORT SENIOR CENTERS for more information: Josue Jorge (203) 576-7201 (Apr. 30, 2020) — WHO:            Mayor Ganim, Governor Lamont, Lt. Governor Bysiewicz, U.S. Delegation representatives, State Delegation representatives, City Council, Bridgeport Police and Fire Department, Emergency Management, American Medical Response, Shriners Pyramid Pipes and Drums, Fairfield […]

Connecticut Governor Tells Citizens to “Wear a Mask”

Connecticut Governor Tells Citizens to “Wear a Mask”

CITING OTHER GOVERNORS’ POLICIES by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 15, 2020) — At Wednesday’s press conference, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) appeared with a black cloth around his neck which he used as a prod to convince state residents to wear a mask when they are outside. Earlier on Wednesday, New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo issued […]

Connecticut: Unemployment Compensation to Take “Five Weeks” to Arrive

Connecticut:  Unemployment Compensation to Take “Five Weeks” to Arrive

SMALL STATE HEAVILY-IMPACTED BY DEADLY VIRUS by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 31, 2020) — In his daily 4:00 p.m. briefing, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont (D) said that unemployed workers who filed for unemployment compensation as a result of business closures from the coronavirus pandemic will have to wait “five weeks” to receive their first check. Lamont […]

Telephone Townhall with Sen. Chris Murphy

Telephone Townhall with Sen. Chris Murphy

“A CRISIS THAT CANNOT BE MANAGED BY GOVERNMENT ALONE” by Sharon Rondeau (Mar. 21, 2020) — On Friday night at 7:00 p.m. EDT, Connecticut U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D) conducted a telephone townhall for constituents about the coronavirus crisis during which he spoke for approximately 20 minutes and took questions. He said as of that […]

Greenwich RTM Shoots Itself in the Foot, Spits at Connecticut

Greenwich RTM Shoots Itself in the Foot, Spits at Connecticut

“NO REGARD FOR THE AVERAGE PERSON” by Sharon Rondeau (Apr. 14, 2019) — The vote of 101 to 89 to indefinitely postpone a vote on tolling Connecticut was worse than short-sighted.  The decision to do nothing is clearly a backhanded vote for tolls and a display of gutless conduct totally out of step with most […]