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CT ’21  WFSB  8:30 a.m.

Host: Eric Parker

Rising Gas Prices

Michael J. Fox / Executive Director of Gasoline and Automotive Service Dealers Association

Rising Food Prices / Items Hard to Find

Wayne Pesce / President of the Connecticut Food Association

Wreaths Across America

Renee DiNino / The River 105.9
Commissioner Thomas Saadi / Commissioner of the CT Dept. of Veterans Affairs

This Week in Connecticut WTNH 10:00 am

Host: Dennis House

Campaign 2022: Lt. Governor Susan Bysiewicz (D-Connecticut)

Caring for aging parents: Mika Brzezinski with her mother Emilie

Infrastructure spending: Congressman John Larson (D-Connecticut)

Liquor Shortage: Marvin Friedman, Package Store Owner

Men’s Health/prostate cancer: Dr. Jared Bieniek, Hartford Healthcare

Dennis Golden/Cancer survivor

New jobs for Connecticut: Jodi Latina WTNH

CT Capitol Report WTNH  10:30am

Host: Tom Dudchik

-Eva Bermudez Zimmerman & Liz Kurantowicz join Tom-

Governor Lamont & Lt. Governor Bysiewicz  file 2022 Paperwork

Sacred Heart University Poll

Children and Covid Relief Funds

Secretary of the State Race

National Adoption Month: Vanessa Dorantes of the CT Department of Children & Families

UConn’s Gives Another aging coach a 5 year contract. Sound familiar?

 

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Jenn Bernstein

Congresswoman Jahana Hayes and State Senator Doug McCrory talk about Connecticut’s efforts to diversify the teacher workforce.

Sacred Heart University Professor Gary Rose breaks down November’s election and what it could mean for 2022’s race for Governor.

Face the Facts WVIT 10 a.m.

Host: Mike Hydeck

TBA

 

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

Host: John Craven

Gov. Lamont announced re-election bid:

  • Dr. Gayle Alberda (Fairfield University)

SAM Party gets its first win:

  • Dan Rosenthal (SAM Party – Newtown First Selectman)
  • Monte Frank (SAM-CT Party Chair)

Policing the Police:

  • Robert Devlin (CT Inspector General)

PLUS: One of the world’s biggest companies is coming to Stamford. So why are some people unhappy?

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