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    • Oral history interview with Daniel Brochu on 2007 Nov. 29

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill)
    • Interview conducted on 11-29-2007 by Dr. Jerold Duquette. Daniel G. Brochu is a lifelong resident of Connecticut, a former lemon owner and a model “citizen advocate”. At the time of the Connecticut Lemon Law’s enactment in 1982, Brochu...
    • Oral history interview with Ernest Abate recorded 2008 Nov. 6

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection; Connecticut. General Assembly. House of Representatives; Legislators -- Connecticut -- Interviews
    • Ernest Abate of Stamford, Connecticut, served four-terms in the General Assembly as a State Representative (1974-82). During his last two terms he served as Speaker of the House of Representatives, and was a supporter of Lemon Law passage....
    • Oral history interview with Fred Blasius recorded 2008 Aug. 8

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Woodcock, John J.; Automobile dealers -- Legal status, laws, etc. -- United States;
    • Interview conducted on 08-07-2008 by Dr. Jerold Duquette. Fred Blasius, of Waterbury, Connecticut, is the owner of Loehmann Blasius Chevrolet Cadillac and has been an auto dealer for decades. During the legislative efforts to pass the Lemon Law,...
    • Oral history interview with Jacob Rudolf, 2008 November 11, part 1

    • Consumer protection; Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Norwalk (Conn.) -- Politics and government; Legislators -- Connecticut -- Interviews
    • Part 1 of interview conducted on 11-11-2008 by Dr. Jerold Duquette with Jacob Rudolf. Jacob Rudolf, now of Durham, North Carolina, had a long career of public service in his hometown of Norwalk, Connecticut dating back to the 1950s. From 1980-86 he...
    • Oral history interview with Jacob Rudolf, 2008 November 11, part 2

    • Consumer protection; Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Norwalk (Conn.) -- Politics and government; Legislators -- Connecticut -- Interviews
    • Part 2 of interview conducted on 11-11-2008 by Dr. Jerold Duquette with Jacob Rudolf. Jacob Rudolf, now of Durham, North Carolina, had a long career of public service in his hometown of Norwalk, Connecticut dating back to the 1950s. From 1980-86 he...
    • Oral history interview with John J. Zajac on 2008 May 1

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill); Legislators; State government;
    • Interview conducted on 05-01-2008 by Dr. Jerold Duquette. John J. Zajac is a former state legislator who served as both state senator and representative for 20 years. He provided strong bipartisan support for the "Lemon Law" and its revision the...
    • Oral history interview with Noel E. Tomas on 2008 Jan. 24

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill); Public relations; Public service; Legislative hearings;
    • Interview of Noel E. Tomas, conducted by Dr. Jerold Duquette on 01-24-2008. Tomas has had a long and varied career in public service. He has worked on the Commission on Aging, as an advocate for CT's elderly, the Commission for the Arts, and...
    • Oral history interview with Richard Judd, Ph.D. recorded 2010 August 3

    • Governors -- Connecticut -- Archives; O'Neill, William A. (William Atchison), 1930-2007 -- Archives; Central Connecticut State University. Center for Public Policy and Social Research
    • Richard Judd, Ph.D. of New Britain, Connecticut, retired in 2004 as President of Central Connecticut State University, the state’s oldest public institution of higher education. He had worked in various capacities at Central for forty consecutive...
    • Oral history interview with Rosemary Shahan on 2007 Dec. 06

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut;
    • Interview conducted on 12-06-2007 by Dr. Jerold Duquette with Rosemary Shahan. Ms. Shahan is the founder and president of Consumers for Auto Reliability and Safety (CARS). CARS is a national, award winning, non-profit auto safety and consumer...

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