Power & Politics Full Show: Lamont’s budget address; fines for not voting?; Rep. Himes discusses spy balloon

Gov. Lamont’s budget includes the first income tax cut in almost 30 years. He also wants to fund 255 new state troopers and spend $600 million on new housing. Even Republicans say there's a lot to like.

News 12 Staff

Feb 12, 2023, 1:03 AM

Updated 498 days ago

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Gov. Lamont’s budget includes the first income tax cut in almost 30 years. He also wants to fund 255 new state troopers and spend $600 million on new housing. Even Republicans say there's a lot to like.
The governor sat down for an interview with News 12.
A big talker this week in Connecticut, a bill proposed to fine people for not voting.
And the ranking Democrat on the House Intelligence Committee Rep. Jim Himes joins the show for a debrief on the Chinese spy balloon take-down.


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