After two hours, New Haven’s state legislators fielded one last question from the public—and ended up responding to a plea to salvage Connecticut’s imperiled clean-elections law. One legislator promised to help, while others equivocated.

The plea came from community activist Aaron Goode. He asked it Saturday morning from the back of City Hall’s aldermanic chambers, where seven of the city’s eight state legislators had just finished talking with 35 citizens for two hours about the workings of Connecticut’s government.

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