Mark Pazniokas, July 15, 2015, reports as follows in "The CT Mirror":
"Call it a bad omen, dark humor or simply farce. On his first day as the governor’s liaison to the disability community, the only elevator that could take Jonathan Slifka, who uses a wheelchair, to the governor’s office was inoperable.
The man whose new job was to provide the disabled with access to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy arrived at the State Capitol, a landmark constructed a century before passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act, to find himself without access.
“You’ve got to be kidding,” said Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman, arriving just behind Slifka.
Bigger challenges lay ahead..."