Chief Justice Pick In Doubt; New Ideas For Fixing Connecticut

Feb 28, 2018

After being grilled by lawmakers late into the evening Monday, Andrew McDonald’s chances of becoming the state’s next Supreme Court chief justice turned dicey. The legislature’s Judiciary Committee voted 20-20 to advance his nomination, just a vote shy of a rejection.

This hour we look at the issues raised by those opposing McDonald's conformation.

Also, we preview proposals being put forth by a group of private sector business leaders with the monumental task of solving Connecticut’s fiscal woes. And, we discuss whether women candidates for governor face certain hurdles their male counterparts don't.


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