Power & Politics - Census question, Lamont's staff shakeup, what's next for Stefanowksi

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President Trump backed off a controversial citizenship question on the next census. But could Connecticut still be in danger of losing money -- and seats in Congress? Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz joins host John Craven to discuss.

Plus -- details on a major shakeup in the governor's office. With a toll vote in limbo, Gov. Ned Lamont cleans house and brings in some star power to handle communications.

And -- Bob Stefanowski led a hard-fought battle for the governor's office that came up short last fall. But since his loss, Stefanowski has been more visible than ever -- leading the anti-tax and anti-tolls movement. He joins the show to talk about what's next.

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