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Face the State WFSB   11 a.m.

Host: Dennis House

The late Senator Thomas Dodd in his own words: from the WFSB film archives. Analysis by columnist/journalist Dick Ahles who looks at the comparison between the political careers of Senator Thomas Dodd and Senator Chris Dodd.

The H1N1 Virus, formerly the Swine Flu. Guests: Dr. Matthew Carter, CT Dept. of Public Health; Dr. Steven Wolf, St. Francis Hospital.

The Real Story Fox61 8:30 am/ CW20 WTXX-TV 11 am
Host: Shelly Sindland

Are Republicans a Shrinking Minority? State House Minority Leader Larry Cafero (R – Norwalk)

Political Reporter Roundtable: Kevin Rennie and Chris Keating of the Hartford Courant

CT Newsmakers WVIT/NBC30 6:30 am
Host: Tom Monahan

State Rep. Elizabeth Esty of Cheshire, a newly elected lawmaker, said she was aware Connecticut’s budget problems were huge when she got elected, but not to the degree that they are now.

John Olsen, president of the state AFL-CIO, says the world’s economy is hurting unions just like everything else.

Sam Rieger, whose daughter was murdered nearly 15 years ago, discusses the upcoming Conference Against Violence alongside State Victims Advocate Michelle Cruz.

Focus on Connecticut News12 Saturday: 7:30 am, 11 am, 2:30 pm, 7:30 pm.Sunday: 2:30 am, 7:30 am, 11 am, 1:30 pm, 5:30 pm
Host: Tom Appleby

Attorney General Richard Blumenthal

On the Record CPTV Friday at 8:30 pm, Sunday at 10 am, Monday at 11:30

Available for online viewing Friday at 2pm cptv.org
Host: Steve Kotchko

Dr. Richard Garibaldi, infectious disease specialist and a consultant to the State Dept. of Public Health from the UConn Medical Center, and Dr. Harry Conte, infectious disease specialist at St. Francis Hospital in Hartford, will discuss the potential impact of the Swine Flu on Connecticut.

Reporter roundtable: Freelance journalist Gregory Hladky and Hartford Courant Capitol reporter Chris Keating discuss the slow rate of progress in the state budget and deficit crisis.

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