Chris Shays questioned violence in video games and television shows, specifically mentioning the WWE, where opponent Linda McMahon was once an executive. He spoke with the editorial board of the Advocate in Stamford and the Greenwich Time.
"My opponent is into issues like brutality and so on," Shays said. "It's what we let our kids watch. We need a government conversation about it."
A spokesperson for Linda McMahon told the Greenwich Time that the candidate is proud of having built the company.
Rosa DeLauro (D): The House of Representatives passed the "Audit the Fed" bill by a 327-98 margin. DeLauro, along with Connecticut colleagues Jim Himes and John Larson, .
Wayne Winsley (R): The New Haven Independent reported on Winsley's press conference criticizing a federal soda tax, which Rosa DeLauro said should be looked into for health reasons.
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