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Clinton's "Clinch" and a Second Chance Fails for "Second Chance"

Jun 8, 2016

The Associated Press said Hillary Clinton "clinched" the Democratic nomination for president on Monday. The Bernie Sanders campaign and supporters weren't happy. "Let those people vote and decide before the media tells them that the race is over," Sanders' campaign manager Jeff Weaved told CNN. Should the A.P. have waited until after Tuesday's final big primary day?

Meanwhile, Gov. Dannel Malloy's much touted criminal justice reforms don't make it out of the "prison" that is the special legislative session. And is it time for the labor unions and Democrats in Connecticut to get some marriage counseling?

GUESTS:

  • Colin McEnroe - Host of The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR
  • Mark Pazniokas - Capitol bureau chief for the Connecticut Mirror
  • Suzanne Bates - Director of Policy at the Yankee Institute for Public Policy

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