“CPAs to Lawmakers: The State Is Broke”

Posted on April 6, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Another roaring success for Marcia Marien and the “Fix Our Future” road show!

Yesterday, Marien opened the eyes of the House Republicans, sharing Connecticut’s current fiscal conditions and encouraging them to make the hard choices necessary to “stem the tide,” to borrow the words of Executive Director Art Renner.

“Ours is the easy part, to tell the story,” Marien told the legislators. “Yours is the hard part, to change the story.”

Several media outlets were in attendance; I’ll continue updating the coverage as the articles come in.

To tide you over till all of the reviews are in, read the CT News Junkie article, “CPAs to Lawmakers: The State Is Broke.”

That particular article gives the “Fix Our Future” movement even more legs with a link to our Fix Our Future landing page. Pass that page on, if you haven’t already – you can now view a narrated version of Marcia’s PowerPoint on there, if there’s someone you know who should see that presentation.

Kudos to Marcia Marien for yet another job well done!


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