You know, it's not like we actually have any significant legal issues in this state. Like say, an eminent domain policy that is the laughing stock of the nation. Or a property tax scheme that is squeezing people out of their homes. Or a ridiculously regressive business climate. Nah, life is good here in Connecticut. Our legislature can while the days away debating elephants, and clothes lines, and returnable water bottles and oh yeah, this gem. I can think of nothing more important than pardoning, or whatever this hearing intends to accomplish, some good folks accused of witch craft some 300 years ago. No question, this one should be at the top of any legislators "to do" list.