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    • Oral history interview with Robert Carragher recorded 2008 Nov. 20

    • Automobile industry; Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. General Assembly. General Law Committee; Woodcock, John J.
    • Telephone interview conducted with Robert Carragher, a native of Hartford, Connecticut, with a long record of public service including special assistant to US Senator Abraham Ribicoff (1967-1975) and six terms as a State Representative in the...
    • 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 Mark A. Giulietti recorded 2008 Mar. 27

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill); International Association of Lemon Law Administrators
    • Mark A. Giulietti manages Connecticut's Lemon Law Arbitration Program within the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection, a position he has held since 1986. Mr. Giulietti also served on the Board of Directors for the International...
    • Oral history interview with John J. Woodcock, III, recorded October 28, 2003

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill)
    • First interview conducted on 10-28-2003 by Robert Douglas with John J. Woodcock III of West Hartford, Connecticut. Woodcock, as a Connecticut State Representative from South Windsor, was the proponent of the first "Lemon Law" enacted in the United...
    • Oral history interview with Irving Stolberg, recorded February 15, 2006

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill)
    • First interview conducted on February 15, 2006 by Robert Douglas with Irving Stolberg of New Haven, Connecticut. Mr. Stolberg served for 22 years in the Connecticut General Assembly’s House of Representatives, including four years as Speaker of...
    • 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 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 Edmund Mierzwinski, recorded May 30, 2007

    • Automobiles -- Defects -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Consumer protection -- Law and legislation -- Connecticut; Connecticut. Governor (1980-1991 : O'Neill); U.S. Public Interest Research Group;
    • Edmund Mierzwinski, the consumer program director of U.S. PIRG in Washington, DC is a nationally recognized consumer advocate. Devoting his career to the administration of Public Interest Research Groups or “PIRG’s,” his public interest...

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