Back in the 1970s, TV gave us "The Six Million Dollar Man." The premise was that the U.S. government reconstructed a crash-damaged astronaut and turned him into a bionic man. Why? Because, as one of the characters observed, "We have the technology."
Connecticut law is pretty clear, as we've said before, that dogs are supposed to be under control of their owners or keepers at all times. If they are not, those responsible for the animals can be held liable for the extreme consequences that can result.
Vehicle air bags are the hot item in the news lately. Everyone in Connecticut, we expect, is aware of the recalls related to the tens of millions of vehicles equipped with air bags made by Japan's Takata Corp.
Requiring air bags in vehicles is considered to be one of the most significant steps ever made toward improving safety for motorists. They’ve been mandated in cars and trucks since the mid 1990s and are credited with savings a lot of lives here in Connecticut and the rest of the country.