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February 17, 2018
On Wednesday, a lawyer for the challengers wrote in a counterclaim that a candidate form was doctored to change the address of incumbent Jacqueline Nadal. Ken Krayeske, the attorney, said Nadal's home address was changed to 646 New Britain Ave., where she hasn't lived for eight months. He askedÃâÃÂ ...
The CT Mirror
September 7, 2017
Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin warned Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the legislature Thursday that the capital city is at risk of insolvency within 60 days, absent the additional funding it would receive under a new state budget. The mayor also renewed his pitch to increase state payments to municipalities to offsetÃâÃÂ ...
New Haven Independent
August 20, 2017
“I just want to make sure it's clear my client detests the very concept that Nazis are here,” said the attorney, Ken Krayeske. Judge Sequino answered that it is the court's job to make sure that violence isn't met with violence. That way, “hate is reduced all around,” she said as she handed down her order.
August 8, 2017
HARTFORD -- On Tuesday afternoon, Congressman John Larson (D-Hartford) announced plans to introduce the 'America Wins Act.' The bill would invest $1 trillion in infrastructure over the next 10 years. Among the projects it would fund is the Interstate 84 and Interstate 91 tunnel from Flatbush Avenue inÃâÃÂ ...
March 14, 2016
Ken Krayeske, a Hartford lawyer and critic of the Yard Goats stadium, agrees. “People in one of the poorest cities in the country should not be bonding money or paying for a stadium so that billionaire owners of baseball teams can field development teams,” says Krayeske, who launched several lawsuitsÃâÃÂ ...
The UConn Blog (blog)
October 13, 2010
Remember Ken Krayeske, the political activist who asked Jim Calhoun if he made too much money and inspired the "not a dime back" speech? Well, Krayeske is the Green Party candidate for Congress in Connecticut's first congressional district and he has released an amazing new web ad that seems likeÃâÃÂ ...
February 23, 2009
Jim Calhoun responds angry to a reporter who asks a stupid question. Note im a Gtown fan. Category. Sports. License. Standard YouTube License. Show more. Show less. Comments • 617. Default profile photo. Add a public comment... Top comments. Top comments; Newest first. Mike LaPorte1 year ago.
February 23, 2009
The dispute arose when "freelance journalist" Ken Krayeske opened Calhoun's post-game press conference on Saturday by asking the coach about his rather large salary and how it might relate to Connecticut's rather large budget deficit. However, Krayeske is freelance journalist in the way that RushÃâÃÂ ...