C19: Shopping Local

Mar 23, 2021
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Governor Lamont asks Connecticut residents to shop locally for produce, a closer look at police reform efforts in Nassau County, Governor Cuomo ditches a plan to up taxes on wealthy New Yorkers, and meetings on the impeachment inquiry of the governor begin.

C19: Ending Anti-Asian Violence

Mar 22, 2021
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Connecticut Attorney General speaks out against anti-Asian violence. Illegal drugs being camouflaged to look like prescription bills on Long Island. A new bill in Connecticut over the sale of electric cars, and U.S. Senator Chris Murphy of Connecticut visits the border.

C19: Relief For Restaurants

Mar 19, 2021
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Connecticut restaurants can open at full capacity on Friday, the CDC loosens guidelines for in-person learning, Long Island is another step closer to an offshore wind project, and the impacts of the pandemic on affordable housing.

C19: Online Gambling In Connecticut Coming Soon

Mar 18, 2021
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A deal has been reached in Connecticut over online gambling and sports betting, COVID vaccines proven effective in nursing homes in the state, standardized testing to return in New York, and Congresswoman DeLauro said schools need civics education now more than ever.

C19: Removing Polls From Schools

Mar 17, 2021

Suffolk County is looking for alternative options for polling places, Andrew Cuomo got the vaccine, a new police accountability law in Connecticut, and if Cuomo is to leave office, who’s next in line?