Presidential Primary wrap-up, stories around the state, more

CT Pulse, a show on politics, what’s trending in the Constitution state and more, airs Wednesdays at 12:30. Watch it on demand later, or see this week’s show below:

CT Pulse is hosted by Kate Czaplinski and Josh Fisher, both former Connecticut newspaper editors. Josh is HAN’s executive producer and Kate is news director.

Josh and Kate break down Tuesday's Primary results — what town voted for which candidate. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton won the state, but we go into a bit more detail.

Later we discuss a few stories we are following this week, including the much anticipated Shelton Planning and Zoning public hearing for one of the largest would-be developments in Fairfield County history.

We also ask the question: Should legislators be paid more? A study says yes and we explain why.

HAN's Westchester County newspaper, The Lewisboro Ledger, is also following the Robert Durst case and we get the latest.

Kate and Josh also discuss a new rule that Metro North is using to avoid trains colliding on the tracks in New Canaan.

Finally, Cartoonist Doug Smith helps us wrap things up with a look at his editorial cartoons this week.
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