By Christine Stuart
HARTFORD, Conn. – House Minority Leader Lawrence Cafero (R-Norwalk) said he was shocked last week to see a display that was advocating in favor of a piece of legislation in the concourse between the Legislative Office Building and the state Capitol.
Cafero took his complaint about the portrait display to Legislative Management, which agreed to take it down.
“It was like a paid ad on state property,” Cafero said Monday of the aid-in-dying portrait display removed last week.
The portrait display by the group Compassion and Choices was removed a week before it was scheduled to come down.
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