General Assembly Tackles Road Signs

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Is it time to shelve the Men at Work signs? The General Assembly\’s Transportation Committee this morning will tackle whether it\’s time for \”gender neutral\” road signs.

Meanwhile, there\’s a deficit, the achievement gap and unemployment to worry about.


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8 thoughts on “General Assembly Tackles Road Signs

  1. richard

    The CT Democrats: Always ready to place the absurd first on the agenda. If this was a last day item I’d understand.

  2. sam

    Yeah this is something they really need to spend time and money on. This state is unbelievable. These people have nothing better to work on than this? The states economy is in the crapper and they are worried the states road work signs are not politically correct? Only in Connecticut.

  3. Sharpshooter

    Actually if it’s the state DOT that we’re talking about…the sign should read: “Nobody at Work’. Looks like an 11 year old will have more impact than any of our elected general ASSembly members…

  4. Mike Robinson

    Rick threw out a little raw meat and most of the usual suspects took the bait.

    I had shooter and the dying guy in the hi-lo pool and won 50 bucks.

    1. Kim

      so after taxes, you net $25.00. Or will you not report it as income, like a true Democrat? Everyone else’s money is up-for-grabs, but not yours.

  5. Kim

    1. A member of the species Homo sapiens, or all the members of this species collectively, without regard to sex.
    2. A human being; person

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