After being grilled by lawmakers late into the evening Monday, Andrew McDonald’s chances of becoming the state’s next Supreme Court chief justice turned dicey. The legislature’s Judiciary Committee voted 20-20 to advance his nomination, just a vote shy of a rejection.
This hour we look at the issues raised by those opposing McDonald's conformation.
Also, we preview proposals being put forth by a group of private sector business leaders with the monumental task of solving Connecticut’s fiscal woes. And, we discuss whether women candidates for governor face certain hurdles their male counterparts don't.
- Dan Haar - Editor and columnist at Hearst Connecticut Media
- Liz Kurantowicz - Republican political analyst
- Daniela Altimari - Statehouse reporter at the Hartford Courant