CT Essential Politics – Monday 12.19.11

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Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Malloy Finds He Must Still Play Politics – Ted Mann, CT Post
Last Week A Tough One For Unions  Mara Lee, Hartford Courant
Dems Not Hot on Bysiewicz – Pema Levy, Talking Points Memo
Malloy For President In 2016? – Norman Pattis Blog
Heating Aid Cut: Less Is More? — Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie
Climate Change: Burden Falls On States – Donald Strait, CTNJ
Nature Should Help Redraw Districts – Patrick Pinnell, Courant
Working To Make UConn More Expensive – Rick Green, Courant
Dodd Is No Free Speech Lover – Lon Seidman, CT Watchdog
Meeting: Say No To B’port In The 3rd – L. Grimaldi, Only In B’port
Great Threat To Democracy Here In CT – Jon Pelto, Wait, What?


President’s Cold Shoulder On Fuel Aid – Hartford Courant
Congress Tackles A Loud But Trivial Problem – The Day
Follow The Law on Voting Rights – Republican-American
D-SNAP Fraud: A New Standard of Honesty – Bristol Press
Reclaiming Canaan – Register Citizen

Sunday Talk Show Line-up
Duby McDowell – The Laurel

Videos of the Day

UConn Tuition Increase: Senior Nicole Rubin says many families might not be able to afford UConn if a major tuition increase proposed by university President Susan Herbst is approved.

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Fox-61: Stan Simpson talks with Courant Capitol Bureau Chief Chris Keating about a federal proposal to ban the use of cell phones in cars.

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