On Thursday’s “Connecticut Today” with Paul Pacelli, Paul wondered why a criminal with numerous arrests was allowed back on the street, and is now connected to a murder and attempted murder. Why does Connecticut allow this (0:52)? NYU Prof. Lawrence Meade spent some time with us regarding the current situation in Afghanistan (6:52). Frances Calzetta talked about a lawsuit that her group – American-Italian Women of Greater New Haven – has filed against the City of New Haven, regarding the city’s recently-removed Christopher Columbus statue (18:42). Finally, Marc Fitch from the Yankee Institute for Public Policy talked about his new report on how millions of dollars in state-imposed fees are actually spent (30:14).
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