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The Wheelhouse: A Closer Look At Lamont's Transportation Plan

Nov 13, 2019

This hour, we talk through Governor Lamont's transportation plan - he wants to use $320 million in toll revenue to restore the state's infrastructure, improve commutes on state highways and Metro North, and stabilize the Special Transportation Fund.  

Also, Sandy Hook families will get their day in court, as the U.S. Supreme Court rejected an appeal from Remington Arms to overturn a ruling that would prevent lawsuits against gun manufacturers. 

And we weigh in on the recent backlash against student journalists at Northwestern and Harvard. 

GUESTS:

  • Keith Phaneuf - State budget reporter for the Connecticut Mirror (@ctmirrorkeith)
  • Harriet Jones - Managing editor at Connecticut Public Radio (@wnprharriet)
  • Daniela Altimari - Statehouse reporter at the Hartford Courant (@capitolwatch)

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