John Rowland was dragged back to Connecticut to testify before a federal grand jury investigating the corruption in his administration. Joy. Can we send him back to Pennsylvania, now?
Former Rowland employee Laurence Cohen predicts a dull governor's race and an easy win for Jodi Rell, going so far as to compare the upcoming race to Rowland vs. Kennelly in 1998. Yeesh, I hope not.
Rep. Chris Shays outraised Diane Farrel by a 2-1 margin last quarter. It's worth pointing out that, according to Steven Levitt's excellent and controversial book Freakonomics, the most likely indicator of losing a congressional election is having lost one before to the same opponent. Ask Ed Munster and Charlotte Koskoff.
House Minority Leader Robert Ward wants a constitutional amendment requiring full funding of teacher pensions. The aim is not bad, but a constitutional amendment seems a little much.
Apparently, the president gave some sort of speech last night. Some Connecticut lawmakers react.
What else is happening today?