The week in CT news: Recreational cannabis, baby bivalent boosters, Randy Cox settlement talks
Frankie & Johnny is a weekly recap of news you need to know from around Connecticut. Each Friday, Connecticut Public's Frankie Graziano and John Henry Smith take you through the headlines and get you up-to-date on the stories you may have missed — in less than five minutes. This week Frankie & Johnny explain:
- State officials say the sale of marijuana for recreational use will begin in Connecticut on Jan. 10, 2023.
- Federal regulators announced this week they are authorizing omicron-targeting bivalent COVID-19 vaccines for children aged six months to five years.
- The City of New Haven says it is starting settlement discussions in a lawsuit filed on behalf of Randy Cox. Meanwhile, the five city police officers charged with reckless endangerment and cruelty for neglecting Cox after he was partially paralyzed in the back of a police van appeared in court Thursday.
Frankie & Johnny premieres Fridays at 4:44 p.m. during All Things Considered on Connecticut Public Radio.