We won’t rehash the details. For that, go here.
Grant has said he is reviewing his options about what to do, but said so far he hasn’t demanded a correction, usually the first-step taken in a defamation suit.
The other lawmaker involved in the project was Rep. Jason Brodeur, R-Sanford, who was paid between $48,000 and $65,000 for his work as a health consultant.
When asked Tuesday about the story, Brodeur declined comment.
“I’d prefer not to say anything because there may be pending litigation,” he said.
Is it a dodge or a sign that Grant and Brodeur will sue?
Time will tell....