Updated: Friday, 15 Jun 2012, 6:49 PM EDT
Published : Friday, 15 Jun 2012, 6:33 PM EDT
(WTNH) -- Fired, then rehired, the public still buzzing about the decision to bring back 40 state workers accused of ripping off storm relief funds. Plus, talk about abusing the system, a 911 call about a botched sandwich order has got you talking in tonight's Voice of the People.
"Hi. This is Vicky from Bridgeport I was calling about the cameras that are put on the school buses now. I think it's a great idea. I think every school bus should have this on there. I've seen in my lifetime people go by that and with no consideration of these children. It's an awful saying and and they should be caught and they should be punished."
"Yes, my name is Henry, I'm from Meriden, Connecticut. It is outrageous that Lynn with 22 years of service would think that she is eligible for the D-SNAP refund program. I knew that I was not eligible because of my salary. And I did not get in line, so why would she think that she wasn't eligible she wants to know the qualifications to get the refund? She should not be getting a job back."
"Pete from Brookfield. You have people calling Voice of the People tonight about the state workers stealing that money. Some of them might have done it but nobody has looked into the all the other people that were on that line. Normal citizens that lied and took this money illegally. Has anybody looked into that? Come on. So, the state employees got something they shouldn't have gotten. Everybody else on that line should be looked into."
"This is Mario from West Haven. What kind of an idiot would call 911 for something that's not an emergency? I mean calling them because you sandwich didn't get done properly. That's absolutely ridiculous."
If you have something you want to sound off about, call the Voice of the People hot-line at 203-212-WTNH.