"Connecticut Today" with Paul Pacelli opened with Paul's thoughts on New Haven Mayor Justin Elicker’s recent comments aimed at some Fairfield County towns and their current zoning laws (1:09). Next, Fiona Cullinan Firine returned to talk about her continued fight against Fentanyl in honor of her son, Cameron, and the latest issue in battling the sale and distribution of narcotics in Connecticut (9:05). Paul also spoke with Joe Sculley, head of the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut, about the latest fee that Governor Ned Lamont is proposing - in place of tolls - aimed at the trucking industry and the transportation of goods in the state (23:05). Paul then wrapped up the show speaking with GOP State Senator Paul Formica about online gaming and sports betting, as well as better times ahead for restaurants in the state (34:48).
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