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Congressman Joe Courtney: More Capitol Violence; Debating Infrastructure

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Eastern Connecticut Second District Congressman Joe Courtney. File photo.

This hour, we speak with Congressman Joe Courtney for the latest on political maneuvers in Washington, as the president seeks passage of a broad infrastructure bill.
 
Should there be changes to security at the US Capitol, after another violent incident claimed the life of a capitol police officer? 
 
And we get an update on the future of submarine work at Electric Boat in Groton.

 
Guests:
 

  • Joe Courtney -- US Representative from Eastern Connecticut’s Second Congressional District 
  • Julia Bergman -- Politics reporter for Hearst Connecticut Media

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