Friday, October 11, 2013

CT:Cafero added, “It’s good for the governor, who gives largesse to the particular town or city. This one is pretty blatant. It seems like a pretty blatant political move to garner favor from New Haven voters in the statewide election” in 2014. “Let’s focus on what government does – public health, public safety,” Cafero said. “Running tennis tournaments is not a job for government.”

State Buying Rights To Own New Haven Tennis Open; Feared Tournament Would Flee The State To North Carolina | Capitol Watch

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