Sunday Talk

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

Host:  Mark Sudol

Senate Minority leader Stephen Harding on the end of the legislative session

Chancellor of the CT colleges and universities Terrence Cheng on state funding from the stabilization bill

The Real Story  Fox61  10 a.m.

Host: Emma Wulfhorst



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

Segment 1 – CT Dept. of Public Health Commissioner Dr. Manisha Juthani on Bird Flu, the FLiRT Variant, Mosquitoes & Ticks and Poor Air Quality Concerns for the Summer

Segment 2 – A Preview of the 2024 Travelers Championship with Tournament Director Nathan Grube and Travelers Executive VP Andy Bessette

Segment 3 – Bill Pierpont of the Mattatuck Drum Band Looks Back on 75 Years Performing with the Organization

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

The interstate inferno
DOT Commissioner Garrett Eucalitto

DNA Breakthroughs
Jeff Derderian WTNH

Social Media influencer
Jimmy Robinson



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

Panel:  John McKinney, Mayor Danielle Wong, Joe Aresimowicz and Liz Kurantrowicz join Tom.

Capitol Report looks at the what passed and what failed in the final week of the 2024 Legislative session
Looking ahead at some of the 2024 State Senate races already heating up with News 8 Political Contributor Mike Cerulli
‘Cheers and Jeers’ – The panel looks at some hits and misses during the 2024 Legislative session
Thanksgiving High School football games score a touchdown with a new bill

Face the Facts      NBC Connecticut

Host: Mike Hydeck

The reviews from the legislative session are coming in from the groups and agencies that lobby for their causes at the State Capitol. Chris DiPentima, president & CEO of the Connecticut Business and Industry Association, weighs in on what he sees as the wins and losses for the business community.

In the coming months, we will see sweeping changes in how we protect senior citizens in Connecticut. Sen. Marth Marx (D- New London) joins Mike with a look at what the new law does to try to accomplish that.

Mike Savino breaks down the controversy surrounding a bill that’s designed to help workers on strike. Democrats passed it over Republican objections, and Gov. Ned Lamont is threatening a veto.

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