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Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.

Host: Mike Hydeck

Mark Boughton/Commissioner of the Department of Revenue Services

Seila Mosquera-Bruno/Commissioner of the Department of Housing

Christine Stuart: the debate over extending Governor Lamon’s emergency powers

CT ’21  WFSB  8:30 a.m.

Host: Eric Parker

Segment 1 
The Call for Gun Control Following the Shootings in Boulder & Atlanta 
Dr. Ian Ayres / Oscar M. Ruebhausen Professor & Deputy Dean at Yale Law School
 
Segment 2
Gun Control 
Chief Fernando Spagnolo / Waterbury Police  
 
Segment 3
Legalizing Recreational Marijuana / How is it Working in Massachusetts?
Susan Raff / Chief Political Reporter at WFSB
 

Power & Politics News12 Saturday at 4:30 pm & 6:30/ Sunday 11:30am & 6:30pm.

Host: John Craven

Car Clash: Should EV makers sell directly to customers?
  •  State Sen. Will Haskell (D-Westport)
  • Jeff Curry (Lucid Motors)
  • Tim Kraemer (BMW of Bridgeport)
Urgent Plea: Waterbury’s police chief urges Congress to pass gun control
  •  Jeremy Stein (CT Against Gun Violence)
Plus, CT’s independent living centers have kept people out of nursing home during COVID. So why is Gov. Lamont cutting their funding?
 

This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am

Host: Dennis House

Exclusive interview with Vice President Kamala Harris
 
Child Tax Credit, Jodi Latina with Governor Lamont
 
Bears in Connecticut
 
DEEP Commissioner Katie Dykes
 
Living history: Former Hartford Mayor Ann Uccello 
 

CT Capitol Report WTNH  10:30am

Host: Tom Dudchik

Former Senator John McKinney and Governor Lamont’s communications director Max Reiss join Tom.

CT Republicans v. Democrats
Gov. Lamont’s NASCAR comment 
Rep Winkler’s comments on Asian Americans and apology
Interview with Rep. Kimberly Fiorello (R-Greenwich)
CT GOP’s new Vice-Chair
New York State and marijuana
 

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Jenn Bernstein

Dr. Albert Ko from Yale School of Public Health discusses the recent rise of Covid-19 cases and concerns about mutant variants.

State Senator Alex Kasser and State Representative Robyn Porter talk about ‘Jennifers’ Law’, which aims to add Coercive Control to Connecticut’s definition of Domestic Violence.

 
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