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Police in Shelton fired for peeping. Also, Trump has pivoted his ads, and those who want to tax the rich see glimmers of hope.

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The kids who really want (and need) to get back to school. Also, a Connecticut nursing home closes and cashless tolls like it or not.

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Video shows cops spit on a Democrat in Connecticut. Also, football is still off, and a chat with out-of-power Republicans in New York.


A tiny increase in health insurance. Also, New Haven students will return to the classroom, and how body cameras turn out.

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Zeldin has a compromise for funding local governments. Also, New York goes back to school and Suffolk Police have questions about bodycams.