During all of my years of helping plan Cigna shareholder meetings, we had an unblemished string of non-events. Relatively few of the big-profit insurers have had to cope with contentious shareholder meetings. Those days are over.
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The big national news story on Wednesday was that Sen. Chris Dodd (D-Conn.) would not seek reelection for his senate seat, a position he has held for nearly three decades.
Connecticut's game of campaign musical chairs was set in motion by Governor Jodi Rell's decision to not seek reelection in 2010.
Senator Joseph Lieberman is the rarest of creatures, a political Chimera. He calls himself an Independent, caucuses with the Democrats and is at his core a staunch conservative.
Judging by the police presence, it seemed that the third largest insurance company in the country had endeavored to harden its perimeter should civil disobedience rear its ugly head.
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