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

Host:  Mark Sudol

Chris DiPentima from CT Business and Industry Association about UConn championship win’s impact on the state

State Senate candidate Nick Simmons about his campaign

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Emma Wulfhorst

JUDICIARY COMMITTEE CLOSE-UP:

Rep. Steven Stafstrom (D) / Co-Chair of the Judiciary Committee

UCONN BUDGET BACK-AND-FORTH:

Mary-Beth Allen, Assistant Professor of French and Francophone studies

Michael Bailey, Executive Director of UConn-AAUP

 

CT ’24       WFSB  8:30 a.m.
Host: Eric Parker

WFSB Sports Director Joe Zone and Wayne Norman, Color Analyst for UConn Basketball, on UConn’s Big Win and What Happens Next


Petitions Against the Proposed 19% Eversource Rate Hike with Michael Purcaro, Vernon Town Administrator and John Erlingheuser, Sr., AARP CT Associate State Director for Advocacy and Outreach … and … Eversource VP of Rates & Regulatory Requirements Doug Horton

Hartford Police Chief Jason Thody on his Upcoming Retirement

 

 

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

TBA

 

 

CT Capitol Report          WTNH  10:30am
Host:  Tom Dudchik

 

The High Cost of Groceries – Who’s to Blame?
Palestine & Politics
Expectant Mother Amendment Language
Mike Cerulli on Lt. Gov and Other Possible 2026 Gubernatorial Hopefuls
UConn Wins. But, can the state afford to give Dan Hurley a raise?
Gov. Lamont Dances His Way to the the Final Four

 

    Face the Facts       NBC Connecticut    10 a.m. 

Host: Mike Hydeck

 

Sen. Saud Anwar (D- South Windsor), who is also a medical doctor, explains the regulations for certain health care transactions, such as hospital acquisitions, known as Certificate of Need. He talks about issues with the current CON program and how the legislature hopes to improve it.

Monday is Tax Day and Mark Boughton, Commissioner of the Department of Revenue Services, is discussing the state’s long-term tax plan. What would it mean for CT residents who bear one of the heaviest tax burdens in the country.

Mike Savino reports on how a $900,000 grant will continue revitalization efforts in Hartford’s North End, with a focus on youth and workforce training.