In The Loop – April 19, 2024

As each legislative session starts to heat up but also winds down for the year in Connecticut, there are only 12 days left to “make the magic happen” and the nostalgia begins to pop up more frequently. Many refer to state capitols as the “hallowed halls” whereby traditions linger through time, as a system of beliefs or behaviors passed down from legislator to legislator having meaning or special significance with days past, struggles won, or recognition of the past and how far as a group they have come. They bind today’s elected officials with yesterday’s veterans as they remind us of the foundation of democracy. READ MORE

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