House speaker Nancy Pelosi took a long time to warm up to the idea of impeachment proceedings against President Trump. But the latest saga involving a whistleblower complaint about a call with Ukraine’s president, seemingly pressuring him to investigate Trump’s main political rival Joe Biden has gotten the impeachment train rolling, and all members of Connecticut’s congressional delegation are now on board.
This hour we assess what our state politicians are saying about this week’s pivotal Washington news.
Also - it’s not over in Bridgeport. After a contested Democratic primary that had incumbent Mayor Joe Ganim beating State Senator Marilyn Moore on the strength of absentee ballots, there’s a state elections investigation and a lawsuit by voters.
And, as some new state laws go into effect October 1, there’s still work to do on others.
- Colin McEnroe - Host of The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR (@colimmcenroe)
- Christine Stuart - Editor-in-Chief of CTNewsJunkie.com (@ctnewsjunkie)
- Dan Haar - Editor and columnist at Hearst Connecticut Media (@DanHaarColumns)