Sen. Murphy Continues 'Connecticut In The Capitol' Video Series

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FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy (D-Conn.) continued his YouTube video series "Connecticut in the Capitol," which takes viewers on a tour that highlights the state's connections to a variety of places and objects throughout the historic building in Washington, D.C. 

The latest edition in the series covers the statue of Roger Sherman, one of the country's Founding Fathers. Sherman, a former mayor of New Haven, representative in New Milford, and signatory of all four of our country’s founding documents, created the concept behind the Connecticut Compromise—the agreement that determined that each state would have proportional representation in the House of Representatives, and two representatives in the U.S. Senate.

Click on the video above to see the full tour. 

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How about he opens his OWN wallet for a change, stop wasting taxpayers dollars! He's done enough damage to the citizens here in CT by his consistent voting to deny us our constitutional rights. His push for obamacare will hopefully be his downfall.

Hes bewildered by his surroundings and hasn't a clue what he is supposed to be doing. He shares these traits with Himes & Blumenthal.

I agree Jim. He is using our tax money to produce his own advertising flicks. He, and the other clowns, should be seeking out ways to reduce the influence government has on the lives of citizens. The Obamacare torch is burning down our heritage while Murphy et al fiddle.

I he going to include a section on PAYING HIS OWN TAXES ????
Stop Grandstanding Get to work !!!