The Talk of Connecticut
 
Show Rundown for Thursday, June 9, 2016
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DONALD MAZZELLA (Political analyst) Hillary Clinton pocketed a victory in California, the biggest prize of the night and a state Sanders had fought hard to win. All told, Clinton is projected to win an outright majority of pledged delegates, while reaching the 2,383 necessary to clinch the nomination with help from free-agent "superdelegates," party officials who can support any candidate they want.

Professor DAVID CADDEN (Professor emeritus at the Quinnipiac University School of Business) Professor Cadden joined us again to chat about the current lockout at Hartford Distributors, and whether that's an indicator of any long term trend. Prof. Cadden said, "Hartford Distributors' issuance of a letter demanding a signed union agreement by a given date, along with the threat of locking out workers and replacing them, is indicative of what might become a far more contentious labor market in the United States.

Dr. TIFFANY D. SANDERS PhD (She's a licensed psychologist and certified school psychologist. She's also founder of "Sanders & Associates") The body-positive movement is a wonderful thing. But in all the excitement, body-positivity has left some people feeling, well, left out. We're talking about men. There's still a reluctance to accept that body image and self-esteem are issues men are dealing with, too.

VALERIE THOMAS from Valerie E. Thomas & Associates Valerie was on to talk about the upcoming luncheon and about issues that can arise from how you leave your estate. To make a reservation for the luncheon call their office at 1-800-825-1336.

JOHN DUNCAN (CEO of "Viascan," a company specializing in the early detection of heart disease) Almost 15 million people in the U.S. work evenings, nights or another irregular schedule. Statistics show they're more prone to health hazards from heart attacks to obesity.

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