(WTNH) – Senator Will Haskell will not seek re-election. Instead, he is going to law school.
The 25-year-old is a grizzled veteran inside the halls of the Capitol. The chair of the Transportation Committee wants to focus on his studies.
Haskell was first elected to the Senate at just 22.
Every year, thousands of Connecticut drivers sign up the get vanity license plates. Vanity plates actually generate about $50,000 in revenue for the state each year.
Every year, a handful of those vanity plates get rejected by the Department of Transportation. According to sfgate.com, the DOT rejected 80 submissions last year, most of them getting the ax for being too vulgar.
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