At last. Few details yet.
The General Assembly's Democratic leaders said today they will vote this week on a compromise plan to reform Connecticut's campaign finance laws.
The legislation is expected to create a voluntary, public financing system for state candidates, ban contributions from lobbyists and state contractors and place limits on political action committee contributions.
The reforms would not likely take place until after the 2006 elections. (AP)
I'll let you know when I find out the details of the deal. I have to assume that they finally found the votes to pass it, whatever it is. I hope it's worth the wait.
"Democrats Plan To Vote This Week On Campaign Reform." Associated Press 28 November, 2005.