This hour, we look at how successful Governor Ned Lamont's first hundred days were, and what his plans are to create a "cost-efficient, user friendly" government. Meanwhile, he's at odds with fellow Democrats over a proposed controversal tax increase on the state's wealthy residents.
Also, more allegations against Purdue Pharma - that the company and its owners promoted deadly opioid addiction. Attorney General Willam Tong says the allegations "demostrate callous indifference" with how the pharmaceutical executives approached their work.
And we look at two officer-involved shootings in Connecticut.
- Mark Pazniokas - Capitol Bureau Chief at the Connecticut Mirror (@CTMirrorPaz)
- Daniela Altimari - Statehouse reporter at the Hartford Courant (@capitolwatch)
- Bilal Sekou - Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Hartford (@Bilalsekou)