Just a few weeks ago, Connecticut started to write-off its importance in the presidential nomination process. But then Bernie Sanders picked up steam and Donald Trump's campaign faltered. With less than a week before Connecticut residents cast their ballots, the candidates are making public stops across the state. Trump was in Hartford last week, and Hillary Clinton and John Kasich have visits scheduled this week.
How is all this national attention affecting state politics as a budget impasse seems to have been reached with less than two weeks remaining in the legislative session?
- Colin McEnroe - Host of The Colin McEnroe Show on WNPR
- Keith Phaneuf - State budget reporter for the Connecticut Mirror
- Daniela Altimari - Statehouse reporter for the Hartford Courant
Chion Wolf contributed to this show.