Voice of the People: March 17, 2014

WTNH– Chris Murphy returning from a trip to Ukraine, assisted suicide bill and the New Haven St. Patrick’s Day parade. These are just a few things you called in about. Here’s tonight’s voice of the people.

“So Chris Murphy went to Ukraine, first off I’d want to know if the taxpayers paid for that trip…these matters should be left to John Kerry and the presidents of countries, not people of his level of power,” said Anonymous, Griswold.

“Just watching the assisted suicide, it think they should by all means pass that bill, myself if I ever got into the predicament I would like to be able to end my own life with the help of someone else…should not be done..that’s their way of thinking,” said Rich, Danbury.

“After 28 years of attending the New Haven St. Patrick’s Day parade, why in the world was their no New Haven firetruck representing the city with other city trucks from Milford, Ansonia, Seymour. We have enough engines that they could have sent one truck to go through the parade,” said Anonymous, New Haven.

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