Yes, it’s Monday again.
The Secretary of the State’s office is reporting that 3,477 businesses shut their doors during the first quarter of 2009, the most in a single quarter since the SOTS started keeping track in 2000.
The Connecticut Post reports that the national popular vote initiative could come up for a vote in the next couple of weeks. Rep. Drew says there are enough votes to pass it. Will the governor sign it?
There’s a special election in Norwich next week for a spot on the city council. The seat was vacated by Christopher Coutu after he became a state representative.
The large price tag could doom SustiNet this session.
There was a major story in the Courant yesterday about Dan Malloy’s family troubles.
Some students at state universities want to be able to carry guns around.
Politico has a story about Chris Dodd’s road to political recovery.
Bottle distributors are suing the state to get that nickel.
Lastly, even political candidates are being hit by the recession, as Naugatuck mayoral hopefuls find themselves raising (and spending) less money.
What else is going on?