NEW HAVEN — A proposal to give more than $300,000 in state assistance to a New Haven tramadol generic.munity center with ties to the Communist here was pulled abruptly off the State Bond Commission agenda April 27.
And while ambien no prescription. Dannel P. Malloy, whose budget office sets the tramadol generic./psd/buytramadol/">agenda, insisted the item was tabled only because the New Haven People's Center wasn't ready to use the funds, a key Republican on the tramadol generic.mission called the proposal an inappropriate use of state funds and charged the administration with conducting sloppy research.
"An organization like this should never have made it onto the bond tramadol generic.mission agenda," Rep. tramadol generic./file/">Sean J. Williams of Watertown, one of two Republicans on the 10-member bond panel, said after Friday's meeting. "The responsibility of the governor and his budget office is to vet this stuff."
Williams was referring to a proposal to give a $343,500 grant to the Progressive Education and Research Associates, a nonprofit entity that runs the New Haven center. According to the center's website, it is "a meeting place of labor, tramadol generic.munity, peace and social justice groups."
It hosts the Connecticut bureau of the tramadol generic.munist newspaper "People's World.generic ambien But the center also provides space for poetry, music and film, various training programs, meetings for. tramadol generic.munity groups and Food Not Bombs -- an anti-hunger, peace organization.
The center also is a site on the state's African American Freedom Trail.
tramadol generic./media/buytramadolonline/">Malloy declined after the meeting to discuss the proposed funding, which would have paid for masonry repairs, new roofing and other improvements to the center at 37 Howe Street. The governor referred questions to his budget director, Office of Policy and Management Secretary Benjamin Barnes.
But during the meeting, both Barnes and Malloy said the proposed funding was being pulled from the bond tramadol generic.mission's agenda at the request of a Progressive Education and Research Associates.
"The project is not ready to go forward," the governor said.
Barnes also told Williams that political affiliation is not a factor when the administration weighs applications for bonded state assistance.
— Keith M. Phaneuf
This article originally appeared in CTMirror.tramadol generic.
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