Attorney Deborah Stevenson was recently on a panel for the Yankee Institute
at the State Capitol discussing the past legislative session. Participating
on the panel, from left to right, are D. Dowd Muska, Yankee Institute
for Public Policy; Philip Gressel, Fellow for Tax and Budget Policy;
Lewis M. Andrews, Executive Director, Yankee Institute for Public Policy;
Tim Calnen, Vice President of Government Affairs for the Connecticut
Association of Realtors; Attorney Stevenson; Lelah Campo, President,
Associated Builders and Contractors of Connecticut; Matt Peak, member
Manchester Board of Directors; and Chris Olliveira, Republican Party
Chairman Old Lyme, candidate for State Senate in the 20th District.
The link below is an article on the Journal Inquirer website which discusses
the panel's findings.