It's The 25th Anniversary Of Connecticut's Lemon Law, The First In The Nation To Protect Consumers From Dud Cars
In spring 1982, Thomas F. Ziemba flew his Cessna over the state capitol trailing a banner that read “My ’82 Chevy is one reason Conn. needs a lemon law.”
It was one of the more colorful attempts to show support for state representative John J. Woodcock III, who was trying to enact a lemon law to protect consumers from bad cars. On June 4, 1982, Gov. William A. O’Neill signed the first lemon law in the country into effect...
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