NORWALK, Conn. -- Connecticut House Minority Leader Larry Cafero (R-Norwalk/New Canaan) said his caucus is fully cooperating with a federal investigation that brought on the resignation of Chief of Staff George Gallo on Thursday, Feb. 20, according to The Hartford Courant.
Gallo resigned after acknowledging he was a person of interest in an investigation stemming from improper use of a Florida-based direct-mail and printing company, The Courant reported.
"The Democratic and Republican leaders of the Legislative Management Committee also met today and have agreed to comply fully with all relevant federal and state statutes as well as requests filed under the Freedom of Information Act with respect to the subpoenas," Cafero told The Courant.
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