The Talk of Connecticut
 
Show Rundown for Friday, April 29, 2016
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NED RYUN (CEO of "American Majority" and former writer for President George W. Bush) Republican presidential candidate Ted Cruz announced that former candidate Carly Fiorina is his running mate - if he is chosen as the nominee.

Arts Across Connecticut with DOUG EVANS Doug was back to talk about shows opening up in CT and also Broadway, to include "Bright Star" a musical by Steve Martin.

Fox News Radio's SIMON OWEN (Live from London)
In the past 24 hours two North Korean intermediate-range ballistic missiles exploded shortly after launch, a US official briefed on the latest intelligence in the region. North Korea has now had four missile launches fail in the past month.

ALEX LAWSON (Executive director of "Social Security Works") Sen. Rand Paul has introduced legislation to stop President Barack Obama from imposing what he calls a stealthy gun ban on an estimated 75,000 Social Security beneficiaries. Paul's legislation-Protecting Gun Rights and Due Process Act-explicitly "prevents the Social Security Administrator from reporting individuals to NICS unless [that] individual has been adjudicated as mentally incompetent."

Fox News Radio's EBEN BROWN (Live from Miami) Elephants have been part of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey circus since the 1880s, however era will end after six upcoming performances in Wilkes-Barre, PA. The decision was made partly because of increasing local regulations that made it difficult to properly care for the elephants, as well as pressure from animal rights activists, Henning says.

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