Melissa in the Morning: Special Session

Downtown buildings under a dark sky at the Connecticut state capitol building in Hartford

Melissa in the Morning: Special Session

This morning, lawmakers are heading into a special session to tackle the state gas tax extension, bus fares, home heating assistance programs and hero’s pay. Senator Tony Hwang shared his prediction for this session and what the future legislative session should look like in 2023. ((00:00))

A few months ago, 200 cats were found in a Connecticut home. What can be done to address animal hoarding situations in the state? Virginia Maxwell spent a 15-year career at the State of Connecticut Forensic Laboratory in the Trace Evidence Section and shared her intel on the problem. ((17:32))

Remote workers don’t want to go bac to work in person and more employees are filing lawsuits. But are they justified? We talk to Gary Phelan, a partner at Mitchell and Sheehan about this. ((28:41))

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