Reuters reports that Connecticut opposes the MetLife Acquisition.
The Day (free registration required for archives) reports on the Connecticut Immigrant and Refugee Coalition's celebration of its 8th Annual Immigrant Day. It was also covered in the Waterbury Republican-American.
Yale Daily News has a story on New Haven becoming the first city in the United States "to use the new 'smart card' payment system for parking and retail."
Chris Shays didn't get much support from fellow CT Republicans in his call for Tom DeLay to step down as House Majority Leader. That come despite of pressure put on Rep. Rob Simmons in this ad from the Public Campaign Action Fund. On top of it all, in an e-mail to College Republicans from the office of Ann Coulter in regards to their race for chairman came this gem: "Said Ms. Coulter -- 'I love all Republicans (except Chris Shays), but I have not made an endorsement in the race for CR Chairman.'" Emphasis added.
State Education Commissioner Betty J. Sternberg received support from the Connecticut Post in her call for US Education Secretary Margaret Spellings for calling Connecticut "un-American" over a lawsuit against No Child Left Behind.