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Gov. Ned Lamont extends COVID-19 state of emergency in Connecticut, to Ensure Destruction of State's Economy

Breaking: Gov. Ned Lamont extends COVID-19 state of emergency in Connecticut, to Ensure Destruction of State's Economy --Petty dictator extends insane shut-down of Connecticut until at least February 9, 2021 | 01 Sept 2020 |  Gov. Ned Lamont (D-Deranged) on Tuesday extended Connecticut's state of emergency due to the coronavirus pandemic to Feb., 9, 2021, saying the power to order shutdowns, re-openings and other steps remains critical to continue fighting the spread of COVID-19. [But, in actuality, it's to spread false fear and panic to aid China Joe in November's election.] Lamont on Monday announced his intention to extend the emergency order. Now that he has formally filed for the extension, legislative leaders have 72 hours to nullify the extension, according to the governor's office. While Democratic leaders have supported for the extension and for Lamont’s handling of the pandemic so far, Republican leaders have expressed concerns about the extension. In a Tuesday letter to Democratic legislative leaders, Senate Republican leader Len Fasano and House Republican leader Themis Klarides urged for some power to be shifted back to the legislative branch.