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  • Candidates combat each other at debate (CT 5th, RINO Roraback is PRO-gender-selection-choice!!)

    08/03/2012 6:37:11 AM PDT · by DTogo · 5 replies
    Newstimes.com ^ | August 2, 2012 | Dirk Perrefort
    NEWTOWN -- Republican contenders in the 5th Congressional District race went on the warpath Thursday, attacking their opponents and arguing about who is the most conservative candidate. ... Bernier, when allowed to ask a question of one of the candidates, asked Roraback how he would have voted on federal legislation to ban the practice of "gender selection abortions." Roraback, a self-described libertarian on social issues, said that while he found the practice "nothing more than despicable," Roe vs. Wade is the law of the land, and he "would not vote for any bill that would violate the rights outlined by...
  • After a last count, (CT) death penalty (repeal) vote likely Wednesday

    04/03/2012 12:39:09 PM PDT · by matt04 · 19 replies
    With Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pledging to sign the bill into law, the state Senate is preparing for a vote as soon as Wednesday on a measure to repeal the death penalty for future crimes. Leaders of the Senate Democratic majority intend Tuesday to canvass their 22 members for a final time, with the expectation of getting a commitment from at least 18 senators, the bare minimum necessary for passage. "We'll make a final decision tomorrow," Senate President Pro Tem Donald E. Williams Jr., D-Brooklyn, said Monday night. "Do we want to move forward one way or the other? Yes."...