Thursday, May 14: Dr. Mimi on the Dental Office Debate, Attorney General William Tong on Price Gouging, and Jimmy Koplik Talks About America's Greatest Rock Band

May 14, 2020, 06:29 PM
Governor Lamont was on yesterday to explain dental offices opening, but did little to calm down the dental hygienists who feel it's still too early and unsafe to open. This morning, Dr. Mimi DeLessio-Matta of the Connecticut State Dental Association was on to try and clear up why dental offices are a phase one business. (0:00)  

In Dumb Ass News, a pharmacist dies after drinking his own Coronavirus formula. (15:09)  

CT Attorney General William Tong was on to talk about price gouging during the pandemic, the scams his office has already seen, and why internet scammers are harder to track down. (16:49)  

Scot Haney was on live from the Masks for CT giveaway event in Middletown, and said Judy Collins is the greatest American rock band. (27:52) 

Karen Zagurski is the President of the Association of CT Fairs, and was on to talk about the events that have already canceled because of the COVID-19 pandemic, and those that are holding on to their dates. Plus, Bob Stefanowski checks in from the Middletown mask giveaway. (36:18)  

Live Nation's Jimmy Koplik was on to talk about the shows and tours that are in the process of rescheduling or canceling. Plus, who does he think is the greatest American rock band? (46:15)  

Trooper First Class Christine Jeltema from the CT State Police was on to talk about the speeding tickets that were issued during their Tweet along event, and shared stories from some of the more memorable tickets she's issued in her career. (1:09:28) 

In Dumb Ass News, a drunk guy bit a snake into pieces. (1:18:47)