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Monday, June 18, 2007

Recent events in Connecticut gave Sunday talking heads plenty to talk about


Between the Chris Healy's DUI, the resignation of disgraced Republican Minority Leader Louis "Looney" DeLuca, observations of this year's session at the State Capitol (a.k.a. the so-called supermajority"), Chris Dodd's campaign, and the municipal elections, I think the local pundits on Face the State had enough material to stay on the air for a hour.

Democratic talking head Duby McDowell and her Republican counterpart Brian Flaherty had a interesting discussion on this week's events on Sunday's Face the State

Session 1: State Capitol madness, Chris Healy, and "Looney" DeLuca:

Session 2: Chris Dodd's campaign and the municipal elections: