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Exuberant Lamont: It’s time to ‘reinvent Connecticut’

By January 10, 2019DTC News, Uncategorized
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont, right, gives a thumbs up after being sworn into office as his family looks on, Wednesday, Jan. 9, 2019, inside the William A. O’Neill Armory in Hartford Conn. (AP Photo/Jessica Hill, Pool)

“Edward Miner Lamont Jr., an unlikely Democratic standard bearer as a wealthy Greenwich businessman whose family tree includes titans of Wall Street and a left-wing philosopher, took office Wednesday as the 89th governor of Connecticut, a state buoyed by great wealth and burdened by decades of fiscal mismanagement.

Lamont, 65, who once said he looks like a Republican and thinks like a Democrat, faces the challenge of delivering on a campaign that promised a blend of fiscal conservatism and social liberalism to a populace worried by successive years of budget deficits and one of the nation’s biggest unfunded pension liabilities.” Read more from the CT Post…