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KENNEDY
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Does anyone know how things are moving along with the investigation? Haven't heard anything since it all started.
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yes, it's way too quiet! you might send an email to pat smith asking her to address this or to their PROTEST SITE. [Wink]
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An investigation will be quiet. They are investigating, which means they are looking for information. It does not happen in the public. If it is public, it limits the AG's ability to fully investigate.

It will also take time. They probably have to issue subpoenas to get information. This isn't meant to be something that is done in a month.

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thanks aniek; made sense of all you said! [Wink]
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Legal remedies are never fast. But I heard that legislation is being introduced in CT. So maybe this investigation is helping that?

The investigation has also put IDSA on the defensive. So I think progress being made because of the investigation. It's just not extremely visual.

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maybe it is connected somehow

http://www.acorn-online.com/news/publish/article_12915.shtml

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