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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Mike Clark
Mike Clark was a young FBI agent when he came to this long-struggling western Connecticut city, chasing a corrupt mayor through the streets and hauling him off to prison.
Opponents such as Council member Mike Clark say the measure means added expense for businesses, which will trim hiring in response, "costing our community hundreds and hundreds of jobs."
"You pour your heart and your soul and your money into these campaigns and everyone's playing by the rules but one campaign decides not to," Clark said Tuesday. "It's disappointing and the public trust is really violated. They obviously went to great lengths to get around those rules and regulations."