A Census & An Election, Interrupted
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Lt. Gov. Susan Bysiewicz says the coronavirus pandemic has presented Connecticut with challenges "of the magnitude" of a "new Depression era." Bysiewicz talks with host John Dankosky about witnessing "today's equivalent of bread lines," grappling with the U.S. Census Bureau's request to delay the 2020 count – which she is overseeing in the state – and ensuring the safety of the state's elections through executive action before the June 2 presidential primary.

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