This hour we preview the upcoming Senate Intelligence hearing and the much anticipated testimony of former FBI Director James Comey.
Connecticut U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal joins us and we dig into the legal repercussions that could follow.
And later — Connecticut’s housing market is in the midst of a significant new trend: more apartments and fewer single family homes — in towns like Simsbury. We find out what’s causing the shift in parts of the state as developers build more affordable units and fewer McMansions.
Plus, could efforts to reduce homelessness in the state grind to a halt with Connecticut’s ongoing budget problems and big changes expected to federal funding?
- Richard Blumenthal - U.S. Senator from Connecticut
- Ross H. Garber - Chair of the Government Investigations Group at law firm Shipman & Goodwin LLP in Hartford and Washington, DC
- Tom Condon - Former Chief Editorial Writer for the Hartford Courant, writer for the CT Mirror, covers urban and regional affairs, author of CT Mirror piece Housing shift: More apartments, fewer McMansions
- Amy Bergquist - Real Estate Agent in Central Connecticut
- Alicia Woodsby - Executive Director of Partnership for Strong Communities, author of CT Mirror op-ed: Financial storms might to blow the roof off CT’s housing program
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.