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Tax Overhaul; "Brazen" CT Budget Cuts

Nov 22, 2017

Allegations against Alabama Republican Roy Moore -- who is accused of sexual misconduct with minors -- don't seem to be stopping his bid for the U.S. Senate. On Tuesday, President Trump openly endorsed him, saying we should believe Moore because "he said it didn't happen." 

Meanwhile, as stories keep breaking about sexual harassment allegations by powerful men, we’re not hearing “it didn’t happen,” but we are hearing different kinds of stories from Al Franken, Charlie Rose and Glenn Thrush.

This hour, we’ll look at the fast-moving House tax bill, how it compares with the Senate version, and what it might mean for Connecticut.

In Connecticut, there's more fallout from the budget deal. And while we still have no idea who our next Governor might be, we’ve got a much better idea of who it won’t be.  


  • Colin McEnroe - Host of WNPR's Colin McEnroe Show 
  • Susan Bigelow - Contributor at CT News Junkie
  • Dan Haar - Columnist and Associate Editor at Hearst Connecticut Media 

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