Democrats Gone Wild In Connecticut; 2 Bills = 664 Pages. Bills Must Be Passed To Find Out What’s In Them

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Senate Minority Leader John McKinney, R-Fairfield, is accusing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the Democrats of using Tuesday’s one day session of the General Assembly to try

Sen. McKinney holds two bills equaling 664 pages

for every bill they didn’t get, during the regular session, passed in one day.  The so-called implementing session is designed to find revenue to underwrite legislation approved during the spring session.  McKinney claims lawmakers will be asked to vote on two bills with a total of 664 pages and climbing.

Click on audio above to hear Sen. McKinney’s opening remarks at today’s session.

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