Jury deliberations are underway in the campaign finance trial of former Governor John Rowland,
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is rebuffing Republican Tom Foley’s criticism of a new report that highlights UConn’s $3,4 biollion economic impact on the state.
John Rowland’s defense team today is trying to establish that the former governor did real consulting work at a nursing home company, and therefore was not illegally paid for secret work on a congressional campaign.
While Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy defended his record on transportation Monday, saying more money has been spent to improve Connecticut’s roads and mass transit than prior administrations, Republican Tom Foley claimed the state’s traffic woes are still “shameful” and have created “a tremendous social cost.”
But the defense claims Rowland was doing substantial, legitimate work for the nursing home company, and was volunteering for the campaign.
At John Rowland’s campaign finance trial prosecutors are trying to chip away at the former governor’s explanation of allegedly illegal payments.
Cross-examination of prosecution witness continued in New Haven Federal Court Tuesday, as lawyers for former Governor John Rowland asked nursing home operator Brian Foley about his contract with Rowland, trying to show that their client was doing legitimate consulting work. Hear reports from court from WTIC News.
A key federal witness, nursing home magnate Brian Foley, continued his testimony Monday at the campaign finance trial of former Governor John Rowland.
Add another nearly $2 million in PAC money to the tally in Connecticut’s race for governor.
Republican Congressional candidate Mark Greenberg was the first witness as the federal trial of former Governor John Rowland got underway.