The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Wednesday, May 11, 2016
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DAVID SWERDLICK (Assistant editor at the Washington Post) Amid concerns that supporters of Bernie Sanders will choose to stay home on Election Day, a number of Democrats see a Clinton-Warren alliance as an all-woman dream team that could ignite deep enthusiasm in the progressive base and make the 2016 Democratic presidential ticket truly historic.

MIRANDA McGUIRE-SCHWARTZ (She teaches in the social work program at Quinnipiac University) reports that nearly 30,000 reports of child abuse and neglect were made to the state's Child Abuse Hotline in 2015, detailing more than 72,000 individual allegations, according to a federally mandated report by the Department of Children and Families.

Dr. FAB MANCINI (Healthy living expert and author of "The Power of Self-Healing") Social media has helped solve the mystery of a young girl's health problems when her doctors couldn't. Bo Bigelow says his 6-year-old daughter, Tess, is non-verbal, has the mental capacity of an 18-month-old, and suffers gastrointestinal issues, periodic seizures, vision problems, and hip dysplasia - yet multiple tests failed to come up with a solid diagnosis.

BRIAN LUGINBUHL (Vice President of Lee's Auto & RV Ranch) LIVE IN THE TALK OF CONNECTICUT STUDIO Brian was in to talk about the different types of RVs and deals that they offer at Lee's Auto & RV Ranch in Ellington. WEBSITE: Lee's Auto & RV Ranch PHONE NUMBER: (860) 875-1444

Fox News Radio's JON DECKER (Live from the White House) President Barack Obama makes the sensitive and profound journey to Hiroshima, Japan where hundreds of thousands killed, countless others sickened by the fallout, the Japanese surrendering days later finally ending World War II in the Pacific.

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