Connecticut's five U.S. Representatives stood with their Democratic colleagues and four Republicans Tuesday in rebuking President Donald Trump for his Twitter attacks against a group of minority congresswomen who have become known as "The Squad."
Today we look at what the House resolution, approved on a 240-187 vote, means for an increasingly divided Democratic Party, and the 2020 presidential election.
Here in Connecticut, Gov. Ned Lamont is dangling a new deal before state lawmakers to draw them back to Hartford this year to vote on a highway toll plan. Will they bite?
We also look into the Lamont administration's sudden change of course when it comes to picking the state's next education commissioner.
- Russell Blair - Content Editor at the Hartford Courant (@RussellBlairCT)
- Susan Bigelow - Contributor for ctnewsjunkie.com (@whateversusan)
- Kevin Rennie - Attorney, former state representative, Hartford Courant columnist, blogs at dailyructions.com (@DailyRuctions)