Capitol Report: New kid governor-elect looks to tackle serious issues in CT

Megan Kasperowski

NEW HAVEN (WTNH) — Getting Connecticut residents to recycle is an ongoing battle.

The big problem is that people can’t seem to figure out what goes into the bin and what should stay out.

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The folks at Recycle CT made some nifty little videos to help residents gain a better understanding of what to recycle and what to just throw away.

Perhaps one person who can help tackle this issue is Connecticut’s new kid governor-elect.

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Her name is Megan Kasperowski.

The Portland 5th grader ran on a “Cancer Awareness Platform,” some serious stuff for an 11-year-old.

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