NEW BRITAIN, Conn. -- A Connecticut mayor has nixed the renaming of a street honoring Paul Manafort's father. New Britain Republican Erin Stewart vetoed the proposal Monday, accusing local Democrats of trying to "score cheap political points" and attempting to "invent or rewrite history."The Common Council's majority leader, Carlo Carlozzi Jr., told CBS News' Danielle Garrand Democrats will try to override Stewart's veto later this month. He says there's concern the street name "brings embarrassment to the city.""If she wants to hang her hat on the Paul Manafort name, God bless her. I want to do what's right for the community," Carlozzi told Garrand before Stewart vetoed the resolution.Democrats hope to rename the street after an African-American...
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Paul Manafort Sr. Drive in Connecticut city keeping its name, for now