Ohler: state cuts won’t be as bad as fearaed

NORTH CANAAN — Brian Ohler, the Republican freshman representative for the 64th District in the Connecticut General Assembly, said his first legislative session was “a trial by fire” for him and the other newcomers.

The session ended June 7, without a state budget in place. There will be a special session to address the budget.

In a phone interview Friday, June 9, Ohler said his experience on the Appropriations Committee was “eye-opening.”

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