The Talk of Connecticut
Show Rundown for Monday, June 20, 2016
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Dr. DONALD BUCKLIN (Regional Medical Director for U.S. HealthWorks, and a Practicing Clinical Occupational Medicine For More Than 25 Years) An influential panel of experts convened by the World Health Organization concluded that regularly drinking coffee could protect against at least two types of cancer, a decision that followed decades of research pointing to the beverage's many health benefits. The panel also said there was a lack of evidence that it might cause other types of cancer.

DAVID LIGHTMAN (National Correspondent for McClatchy Newspapers) David was back with further information on a rumor from last week that some GOP delegates were forming a plan to deny Donald Trump the nomination at the GOP's convention and if Donald Trump's poll numbers look like they're fading.

BARON LUKAS (Oil industry analyst) The U.S. rig count jumped for the second consecutive week last week, as oil and gas companies start to get back to work as oil prices hit $50 per barrel. The industry added 3 additional oil rigs and 3 gas rigs for the week ending on June 10, according to Baker Hughes. The increase seemed to spook oil prices as WTI and Brent retreated following the data release, dipping back below $50 per barrel.

AL FOSCHINI & SHIRLEY MOORE from AMERICAN SENIOR BENEFITS in 10 Waterside Dr # 104, Farmington LIVE IN THE TALK OF CONNECTICUT STUDIO Al and Shirley were in the studio to talk about how they can analyze and review the health coverage needs of seniors and about saving programs, such as the Medicare Savings Program. To call or visit their website click the link below. WEBSITE: AMERICAN SENIOR BENEFITS PHONE NUMBER: (860) 676-0260

Prof. ALAN SAXE (Political science professor at the University of Texas at Arlington) Some Republicans are divided about how Donald Trump can dig himself out of the hole that his campaign is in, but they agree on one point: the first step is admitting he has a problem. GOP insiders fear that Trump, whose yearlong run for the presidency has been fueled by sheer force of personality, has not grasped the depth of the challenges he now faces.

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