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New York Governor Andrew Cuomo says he wants to review a wrongful conviction in Suffolk County, one of the longest-running wrongful prosecutions in U.S. history. New York also has the largest state police force without body cameras in the country. Connecticut rolled out a body camera program for its state police last year. Our guests:

Week In Review: December 6, 2019

Dec 6, 2019
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A new Long Island contamination hot spot was found near cleanup efforts for the toxic Bethpage plume. Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont wants a special legislative session before Christmas to settle on a transportation plan. Also, Connecticut’s treasurer plans to divest from gunmakers. And turkeys are invading the suburbs. Our guests:

Can Independent Pharmacies Survive?

Dec 5, 2019
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Independent pharmacies say they’re being squeezed to the brink of closing by the sharp rise in prescription drug prices. We’ll discuss how pharmacy benefit managers affect the flow of customers to big and small drugstores, with guests:

Grading Lawmakers On Environmentalism

Dec 4, 2019
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The Connecticut League of Conservation Voters recently graded Connecticut lawmakers on their environmental policy work. Scores fell largely along party lines, but the group says they need all lawmakers to be on board for the state to make aggressive changes. Our guests:

Aging Strong

Dec 3, 2019
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New York ranks among the top five worst states for economic insecurity among seniors. Connecticut is in the top 10. But there are agencies working to help seniors, including two in New York that seek to prevent isolation and loneliness. Our guests:

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