Rep. Jim Himes came to the defense Tuesday of impeachment inquiry witnesses derided by President Donald Trump.
Rep. Jim Himes began his questioning at the first public impeachment hearing by criticizing the behavior of his Republican colleagues.
Members of the Connecticut delegation, who had opposed impeachment of the president, said they believe Trump has left them with no choice.
Connecticut’s senators are calling on the U.S. House to begin an impeachment inquiry into President Trump.
CT lawmakers on on Monday said revelations that Trump discussed Joe Biden with Ukraine’s leader puts impeachment in a new light.
Sen. Chris Murphy said Trump’s apparent admission that he asked the Ukrainian president to investigate Joe Biden’s son has caused him to rethink his stance on impeachment.
The lawmakers complained of “repeated efforts” to impede their investigation into allegations of harassment and retaliation at the Coast Guard Academy.
WASHINGTON – A whistleblower says Pratt & Whitney and its parent company, United Technologies Corp., sold the Pentagon tens of millions of dollars in defective fighter jet engines, unnecessarily exposing military pilots to the risk of catastrophic engine failures.
State environmental protection officials employed for 15 months a hazardous spills-response supervisor who was “incapable of performing the duties” — wasting resources and potentially threatening public safety — State Auditors John C. Geragosian and Robert M. Ward reported Wednesday.
State government continues to reduce its backlog of employee “whistleblower” complaints, the state auditors reported Friday, whittling the pending case list down by almost 70 percent since 2008. Auditors John C. Geragosian and Robert M. Ward also used their annual report to the General Assembly to call for tighter controls on bid purchases, lost state property, and ethics violations reporting.