This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am
Host: Dennis House
Crackdown on social media:Professor Adam Chiara, University of Hartford
Columbus Day controversy: Sean Duffy, Quinnipiac University
Connecticut tourism: Ashley Baylor, WTNH
Bev Canepari and Lora Karam, Unlocking Connecticut
CT Capitol Report WTNH 10:30am
Host: Tom Dudchik
Lamont & other Governors Join Forces on Guns
Getting the Legislature Involved on Crime Before Next Session?
Connecticut Comeback – Governor Lamont’s view, Themis Klarides’ view.
Dan Haar “live” from the state capitol
Blumenthal Rips Facebook
Tong Tackles Tik Tok
Yale Grants Licenses to Clothes Companies
The Real Story Fox61 10 a.m.
Host: Jenn Bernstein
Attorney General WIlliam Tong talks about the Facebook whistleblower, regulating social media platforms, and the deal with Eversource to pay back customers.
Hartford Seminary President Dr. Joel Lohr joins the program to discuss the seminary’s rebranding and what it’s doing to try to heal and build peace in the community
Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.
Host: Mike Hydeck
CT Chief Operating Officer Josh Geballe on where things stand with the state’s employee vaccine mandate.
Treasurer Shawn Wooden discusses his recent trip to Washington, D.C. to advocate for the American Opportunity Accounts Act, which he says can be modeled off of Connecticut’s Baby Bonds program.
Christine Stuart reports on who is eligible for an absentee ballot for the November elections, and how to get one.
Power & Politics News12 Saturday at 4:30 pm & 6:30/ Sunday 11:30am & 6:30pm.
Host: John Craven
Deadline Day: State workers hit vaccination mandate
- Josh Geballe (CT Chief Operating Officer)
- Rob Baril (SEIU 1199 New England president)
Cutting Your Commute: Infrastructure bill stalled in Congress
- Rep. Jim Himes (D-Greenwich)
- Sen. Murphy (D-Connecticut)
Facebook faces fallout after a whistleblower comes forward. Now Sen. Richard Blumenthal wants big changes.
CT ’21 WFSB 8:30 a.m.
Host: Eric Parker