Gov. Rick Scott returned to Connecticut Monday, reviving his long-dormant strategy of trying to raid jobs from high-tax states that are led by Democratic governors.
It's a return engagement for Scott, a former resident of Stamford, who visited Connecticut two years ago in search of jobs. Last year, the governor attracted a burst of attention for suggesting that Yale University relocate from New Haven to Florida. Scott has made similar trips to California, Illinois, Kentucky, Maryland and Minnesota.