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After All Things

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After All Things

Your daily news podcast with all the important updates in Connecticut and New York and a special focus on how our region is emerging from the pandemic. Hosted by WSHU’s Sabrina Garone and publishing evenings Monday through Friday. Sponsored by Hartford HealthCare.

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  • Jessica Hill
    /
    AP
    A children’s advocacy group criticizes Governor Lamont’s proposal on income tax cuts. Democrats in the New York State Legislature rejected new congressional district maps, and want to draw their own. A Nassau County official quits in solidarity with trans-women. And Connecticut has a growing Pagan community.
  • Voting signs outside of the Paul Laurence Dunbar School on Tuesday, Nov. 7, 2023, in Bridgeport’s East End neighborhood.
    Jaden Edison
    /
    CT Mirror
    Fairfield County is the subject of a new study on the economic benefits of racial equity. Long Island residents push back on an electric school bus mandate. New England’s overdose numbers are staggering. And Bridgeport’s re-do mayoral election is tomorrow.
  • Governor Lamont endorses Joe Ganim for mayor of Bridgeport. A new Siena College poll doesn’t look good for Governor Hochul. Connecticut Democrats lay out their legislative priorities. And this year marks the 100th anniversary of New York’s state parks!
  • Connecticut parents are confused over a new law on Kindergarten eligibility. The South Fork Wind project enters its final stages. And a new exhibit at the New Haven Museum documents black history in the city.
  • Long Island will largely be left out of a re-drawing of state district lines. Connecticut will tackle a slew of transportation-related bills. Suffolk County leads the nation in a tick-related allergy. And a Waterbury art exhibit captures feelings about a changing environment.
  • An emergency bill in Connecticut will fund heating assistance programs this winter. More folks are enrolling in the 9/11 Victims Compensation Fund. And environmental advocates push for more green spaces in Connecticut’s urban areas.
  • New York Republicans urge the state to cooperate with ICE. Governor Lamont wants an additional $43 million to fund early childhood education. Eversource says it plans to sell Aquarion water company. Tom Suozzi wins NY-3’s congressional seat. And love is in the air at the New England Aquarium!
  • This morning’s storm dumped between six and nine inches of snow on our region. The special election for a George Santos replacement is today. Connecticut’s state university system is seeking an extra $47 million for the next fiscal year. And the unique way these local lovebirds celebrate Valentine’s Day.
  • Why are Connecticut drivers so angry? New legislation could connect thousands of Long Island homes to the internet. NY-3’s special election to replace George Santos is tomorrow. And the saga surrounding Kosta Diamantis continues.
  • Candidates for the congressional seat in NY-3 faced off in a debate last night. Governor Lamont proposes making intentional misreporting a class D felony for Connecticut police. AARP New York says Governor Hochul’s budget proposal neglects family caregivers. And a Navy SEAL’s case tests a Pentagon rule on extremism.
  • Governor Hochul wants 15,000 housing units built on state land to address a housing shortage in New York. The Connecticut Attorney General has closed an investigation into the Connecticut Port Authority. A new study looks at the role SUNY has played in the local economy. And a new effort is exposing college students to careers in local journalism.
  • Long Island Sound advocates say they’ll appeal a federal decision to expand Tweed New Haven Airport. Offshore wind developers met with environmentalists about projects in the New York Bight. Mayor Justin Elicker joined a New Haven tenant union in petitioning their landlord. And Governor Lamont delivered his state of the state address in Hartford today.