Legislative session more delusional than liberal


Legislative session more delusional than liberal
According to The New York Times, the Connecticut legislative session just concluded was the most “activist” and “liberal” session in memory as the state’s first formally Democratic governor in 20 years got to work with another overwhelmingly Democratic General Assembly to enact the biggest tax increase in the state’s history.

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