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

Host: John Craven

“Time for CT” — Gov. Lamont tries again to cut your commute time:
  •  Joe Giulietti (CT Department of Transportation commissioner)
Republican Revival?:
  •  Ben Proto (newly elected CT GOP chair)
PLUS:
  • Denise Merrill won’t run for Secretary of the State next year
  • A state senator abruptly resigns — can Republicans flip the seat?
  • Police prepare for legal marijuana next week
  • Two big job announcements in one week for CT

 

CT ’21  WFSB  8:30 a.m.

Host: Eric Parker

TBA

This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am

Host: Dennis House

Marijuana law:

Dan Schwartz. Employment lawyer, Shipman and Goodwin

Mayor Robert Chatfield (R) Prospect

Erik Williams: COO Canna Provisions

Policing by bike: Sabina Kuriakose reports

Legacy of CT’s worst air  disaster: Dr. Michael Teiger, aviation expert

Remembering Hubie Santos:Trent LaLima  Santos’ law partner 

CT Capitol Report WTNH  10:30am

Host: Tom Dudchik

Rob Blanchard, Governor Lamont’s outgoing Deputy Press Secretary, joins Tom.

-Signing of the marijuana bill

-Philip Morris to Connecticut

-Secretary of the State Denise Merrill not seeking re-election

-New state GOP Chair Ben Proto

-Resignation of state senator Alex Kasser 

 

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Jenn Bernstein

Secretary of the State Denise Merrill talks about her decision not to seek a fourth term in office.

State Senators Gary Winfield and Kevin Kelly break down the recreational Cannabis bill that was signed into law this week.

 

Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.

Host: Mike Hydeck

Connecticut’s Comeback:

Rep. Jim Himes (D- 4th District) was recently named chairman of the new Select Committee on Economic Disparity and Fairness in Growth. He joins Mike to discuss how he plans to tackle the issue.

Scott Dolch, President of the CT Restaurant Association, talks about how restaurants are rebounding and why some are still struggling to find workers.

Economist John Rosen from the UNH Pompea College of Business looks at how we are doing compared to the economic recovery following the Great Recession, and puts it in perspective.

Christine Stuart reports on the upcoming change in leadership at the Department of Labor.

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