Monthly Archive for December, 2012
McLachlan, a Republican member of the General Assembly’s Judiciary Committee, tonight said he would work next year to close a loophole in state law banning assault weapons. He warned that current law allows assault-style weapons manufactured prior to the state’s 1993 ban to be dismantled to recycle the part containing the gun’s serial number and Read More
STATE POLICE INVESTIGATE NEWTOWN SCHOOL SHOOTING On 12/14/12, at approximately 9:30 a.m., Newtown Police received a 911 call reporting a possible shooting at the Sandy Hook Elementary School located at 12 Dickenson Drive in Newtown. Newtown Officers immediately responded and requested assistance from Connecticut State Police. Ssurrounding police agencies also sent assistance to the scene. Read More
Roy Occhiogrosso, senior adviser for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, said at about 1:25 that the governor is visiting with families in the school, making sure the flow of information is reliable and swift. “It is an unspeakable scene,” Occhiogrosso said in a phone interview.
HARTFORD – Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday met with minority Republicans and detailed a “framework” for cutting more than $200 million from the current $20-billion state budget. The one percent-plus reduction in the budget that runs through June 30, would be combined with $123 million in cut already ordered by Malloy. Malloy later said Read More
“It’s beginning to look a lot like” a special legislative session to deal with the current $365 million to $417 million shortfall in the current budget, depending on whose numbers you’re using. So lame ducks in the House will be flocking on December 19. Senate hasn’t decided yet, but either the 19th or the 20th Read More
State Auditors John Geragosian and Robert Ward this morning released a brief-but-scalding audit of Bradley International Airport, where troopers from the former Troop W (now consolidated with Hartford’s barracks) were assigned to assist in security. In addition to blowing through their security budget, Troop W also took money from the General Fund totaling $8.4 million Read More