By Christine Stuart
HARTFORD, Conn. – Portraits of “aid-in-dying” supporters that covered the walls of the underground tunnel between the Legislative Office Building and the state Capitol were abruptly taken down Friday night.
The photos were scheduled to be displayed in the concourse until Feb. 14 and were part of this year’s push for legislation that would allow terminally ill patients to legally end their lives.
It’s unclear exactly why the photos were removed. Phone calls to Legislative Management, which manages the building, went unanswered Friday evening.
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