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Connecticut wraps its 2023 legislative session

Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont gets a standing ovation from members of both parties of the Connecticut state legislature during his 2023 “State of the State” address.
Ryan Caron King
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Connecticut Public
Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont gets a standing ovation from members of both parties of the Connecticut state legislature during his 2023 “State of the State” address after declaring “the era of Connecticut’s permanent fiscal crisis is over.”

Last Wednesday marked the final day of this year’s legislative session in Connecticut.

Since January 4th, lawmakers have debated bills surrounding medical aid-in-dying, zoning reform, Medicaid, gun control, and so much more. This hour, we're gonna break down some of the big bills from the session — and also talk about what lawmakers did not get to this year.

Plus, June’s a busy month for the Supreme Court. We’ll break down some of the big decisions expected in the weeks ahead.

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Frankie Graziano is the host of 'The Wheelhouse,' focusing on how local and national politics impact the people of Connecticut.
Meg Dalton is the director of audio storytelling and talk shows for Connecticut Public where she oversees the station’s talk shows and podcasts, including the limited series 'In Absentia'.