Frankie Graziano :: Connecticut Public Radio

House Minority Leader Themis Klarides of Derby and Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano of North Haven believe the partnership’s meetings should be open to the public.

A proposal that would dramatically weaken oversight of  — and public access to — an initiative that will pump hundreds of millions of public and private funds into Connecticut schools has run afoul of state legislative leaders.

Republican and Democratic lawmakers told the CT Mirror last week that the oversight proposal crafted by representatives of hedge-fund giant Ray Dalio’s philanthropic group has little chance of moving forward, though bipartisan support for the partnership remains strong.

At issue is a five-member Executive Committee that would oversee most activities of the Partnership

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