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A City, a Ballpark, and a Possible Bankruptcy

Aug 31, 2016

Is the city if Hartford facing Bankruptcy? This hour, we explore that question, and the future of the vacant ballpark. 

We also talk about how Maine's governor keeps bringing Connecticut into his sometimes colorful tirades. 

And we look at what issues might be at play in state legislative races. How much should we really pay for a bottle of liquor? In Connecticut that answer's not so easy. 

GUESTS: 

  • Dan Haar - Business and economics columnist at the Hartford Courant 
  • Mark Pazniokas - Capitol bureau chief at the Connecticut Mirror
  • Suzanne Bates - Policy director at the Yankee Institute for Public Policy

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Chion Wolf contributed to this program.