Re: “Briefly: New bill aims to cap executives’ salaries at $150K,” Feb. 4. When numerous 1st-year law school graduates are making $200,000, to attempt to limit the compensation of the chief executive of a major company to $300,000 is patently absurd. $10.5 million may well be excessive, but so is the response of Connecticut Attorney General Richard Blumenthal LAW’73.

Thomas E. Weil

Feb. 4

Woodbridge, Conn.

The writer is a 1970 graduate of Berkeley College.