Sunday Talk

CT ’24       WFSB  8:30 a.m.
Host: Eric Parker (Mark Zinni fills in this week)

Segment 1 Myron Kolinsky, Organization Director of the Ukrainian National Home of Hartford talks about the War in Ukraine on its Second Anniversary

Segment 2 State Sen. Stephen Harding, the New Senate Republican Leader
Segment 3 – Yale Cancer Center Oncologist Dr. Michael Cecchini on the Concern over the Growing Number of Young Adults Contracting and Dying of Colon Cancer


This Week in Connecticut      WTNH 10:00 am
Host: Dennis House

A new era: State Senator Stephen Harding (R)  Minority Leader

Is tipping out of control? Michele Oricoli, etiquette expert


CT Capitol Report     WTNH  10:30am

Host:  Tom Dudchik
John McKinney, Liz Kurantowicz, Mayor Danielle Wong, and Joe Aresimowicz join Tom
UConn/CSCU Presidents make their cases for more state funding, Gov Lamont responds
Gov Lamont endorses Joe Ganim in Bridgeport special election
Senate leadership shakeup among Republicans
Kindergarten eligibility requirement
Office Space: Do more remote state workers need to get back to the office?

News12  Saturday at 4:30 pm/ Sunday 11:30am.

Power & Politics 

Host:  Mark Sudol

State Senator Stephen Harding on being named the new Republican leader in the Senate.

State Comptroller Sean Scanlon (D) on legislative priorities and medical savings programs.

State Senator James Maroney (D)  about AI and Housing.


The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Emma Wulfhorst


Jonathan Sigworth, ‘More Than Walking’ Co-Founder & President


Luke Melonakos-Harrison- CT Tenants Union

Amanda Watts- 1476 Chapel St. Tenant Union

Face the Facts         NBC Connecticut

Host: Mike Hydeck

Dan Canavan, VP of Regulatory Affairs for United Illuminating, explains why UI is appealing PURA’s denial of its rate increase request. He lays out what the company would like to see lawmakers do about it, and responds to criticism utilities often face about their profits.

Sen. Stephen Harding (R-Brookfield), the new Republican leader in the State Senate, talks  about the change and the party’s priorities moving forward.

Political Reporter Mike Savino reports on efforts to keep youth engaged, including job training and education.












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