In a dramatic turn of events this weekend, several Democratic lawmakers crossed party lines and allowed the Connecticut General Assembly to approve the Republicans budget plan. Yet Governor Malloy has vowed to veto the GOP budget -- so what happens now?
We check in with Keith Phaneuf, the Connecticut Mirror’s budget guru, who will explain the latest twists at the state Capitol.
Plus -- there’s a good chance your data was stolen, along with hundreds of millions of other Americans’ due to the data breach of credit reporting company Equifax. Do you know what to do now to protect yourself ?
And later -- did you know there is a daily pill that can prevent HIV infections? We talk about a system called PrEP, and why doctors are starting to see this pill as a game-changing tool to end HIV/AIDS.
- Keith Phaneuf - Reporter for the Connecticut Mirror who covers the state budget
- Matt Kozloski - Vice President of Professional Services at Kelser Corporation
- Michelle H. Seagull - Commissioner of the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection
- Dr. A.C. Demidont - Infectious disease expert and Chief Medical Officer at Anchor Health Initiative, a practice in Stamford and New Haven that focuses on LGBTQ health care
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.