The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Thursday, November 19, 2015
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State Senate GOP Leader LEN FASANO Len checked back in to let us know what's going on with the current state budget talks and to give his reaction to Attorney General GEORGE JEPSEN's assertion that the current state budget spending cap is unworkable and therefore invalid.

TONY RENO (Yale University head football coach ) Coach Reno previewed Yale's final game of the season -- this Saturday -- right here on the "Talk of Connecticut." Yale hosts Harvard at the Yale Bowl in the 132nd edition of *THE*game. Yale is now 6-and-3 overall and 3-and-3 in Ivy League play after a win last week at Princeton, 41-14.

Fox News Radio's ALASTAIR WANKLYN (Live from Manila) PRESIDENT OBAMA AT THE "APEC" MEETING (MANILA) - President Obama called on China on Wednesday to halt its construction on reclaimed islands in the South China Sea, raising the contentious issue at the start of a two-day economic summit meeting at which he and other Pacific Rim leaders also discussed trade and climate change. Speaking to reporters after a meeting with President Benigno S. Aquino III of the Philippines, Mr. Obama directly addressed the disputed Chinese claims to islands in the critical waterway. He urged the Chinese to stop military activities there and endorsed a process of arbitration to settle differences between Beijing and its Southeast Asian neighbors. “We agree on the need for bold steps to lower tensions, including pledging to halt further reclamation, new construction and militarization of disputed areas in the South China Sea,” Mr. Obama said.

MIKE & JANET KLETT from D'Esopo Funeral Chapel LIVE IN THE TALK OF CONNECTICUT STUDIO Mike and Janet were in to talk about their event happening this Saturday. Their 2nd annual Thanksgiving Food Drive to benefit Foodshare of Hartford/Tolland County from 1p.m. to 4 p.m., 277 Folly Brook Boulevard, Wethersfield,CT 06109. They are accepting turkeys, non-perishable food items and monetary donations (checks can be made out to Foodshare). For your convenience, there will be a drive through drop off. * For additional information please call 860-257-7635 or visit*

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