Ups, downs for GOP in state senate

FALLS VILLAGE — In December 2018, while meeting with members of the Northwest Hills Council of Governments at the COG’s annual legislative breakfast, state Sen. Craig Miner (R-30) warned the assembled first selectmen, mayors and town managers that the Democrats would have a super-majority in the state, a comfortable majority in the state Senate, and an incoming Democratic governor when the Connecticut General Assembly convened in 2019.

“They’ll be able to do pretty much whatever they want,” he said at the time.

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