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What Happened At The U.S. Capitol? And Legalized Marijuana In Connecticut

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Connecticut 4th district Congressman Jim Himes joins us to talk about what happened at the U.S Capitol and how the country moves forward from here. 

And later, we hear about efforts to pass recreational marijuana in our state. We also hear how the state might expunge the records of those with previous marijuana drug convictions, as well as hearing from marijuana cultivators themselves. What does the business of marijuana look like?

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  • Congressman Jim Himes - Connecticut 4th congressional district 
  • State Representative Michael D’Agostino - Represents Hamden, and co-chair of the General Law Committee
  • State Senator Gary Winfield - Represents New Haven and West Haven, and Co-Chair of the Judiciary Committee in Connecticut General Assembly
  • Jason Ortiz - President of the Minority Cannabis Business Association and Policy Director for CURE CT
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