Tuesday, February 10, 2015

Downtime At The Connecticut Capitol

Yan Haizhao / youthjournalism.org
The dome of the Connecticut State Capitol building is as pretty from inside as it is on the exterior.

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The Connecticut State Senate chamber inside the Capitol.
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The Capitol Press Room has all the wonderful quirkiness of any good newsroom.

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Students from Hall High School in West Hartford explored the Connecticut State Capitol with visiting students from China late Tuesday afternoon. There, they met Paul Mounds, who is Gov. Dannel Malloy's legislative liaison. Here, they're standing  in the lobby of the Capitol with The Genius of Connecticut, a replica of the statue that was once atop the Capitol dome. From left, Yelena Samofalova, Mary Majerus-Collins, Kayla Staley, Zhang Xinxin, Yan Haizhao, Paul Mounds, Wang Xindi and Yang Shanghua.
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A moving sidewalk helps people get quickly from the Capitol to the Legislative Office Building next door without going outside.

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Often a busy place swarming with lawmakers and lobbyists, the Legislative Office Building was quiet late Tuesday afternoon.
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