The electoral college voted, and Donald Trump is still President-elect. But that big news paled in comparison to two terror attacks that posed direct threats to relations between European countries, Russia, Turkey and the conflict in Syria.
This hour, we look at the prospects for Connecticut’s current governor staying in his job, and we'll also preview the Connecticut legislative session that starts January 6th.
State Representative William Tong knows something that will be on the agenda: a proposal to allow early voting. And one thing that won't be: legalizing pot. Governor Dan Malloy says our state won't jump on the bandwagon quite yet. We'll also talk about out-of-date textbooks in Norwalk and a "War on Christmas" in Shelton.
- Colin McEnroe - Host of WNPR's The Colin McEnroe Show
- Dan Haar - Covers commerce, economics, wealth and poverty for the Hartford Courant
- Tom Dudchick - Editor of CTCapitolReport.com