CT Essential Politics – Thursday 01.19.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Malloy: Spending Cuts The Priority – Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror
CT Budget And Pension ‘Savings’ – Jon Pelto, Wait, What?
Malloy Promises No New Taxes
 – Christine Stuart, CTNJ

Giuliano Appointment: SEEC Backs OFF? – J. Lender, Courant
CT Mayors Seek Help in D.C. – Ana Radelat, CT Mirror
Larson Supports PIPA, Blumenthal Wavers – CTNewsJunkie
Ministerial Exception: OK To Discriminate?
 – F. Harris, Courant
CT ‘Parents Union’ Urges Tenure Reform – H. McQuaid, CTNJ
CBIA Troubled By PURA Decision On NU – B. Lockhart, Hearst
The Small World Of Political Fundraising – J. Fenster, NH Reg.
State Workers Fired in Food Fraud – Chris Keating, Courant
Dr. Mel: My Favorite Weatherman – Bob Englehart, Courant


Yes, Make Voting Easier Hartford Courant
Urgency Needed On Coast Guard Academy – The Day
Big Brother Waiting At The Light – Stamford Advocate
What Became Of Tuition Cash? – Republican-American
Online Piracy Bills Go Too Far – Norwich Bulletin

Videos of the Day:

FOX-61 News: Reporter Ayana Harry reports on a proposal to increase tuition costs at CT state colleges.

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WTNH-News-8: A look back at the career of the late CT meteorologist Dr. Mel Goldstein.

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Sunday Talk Show Line-up
Duby McDowell – The Laurel

This Week on Where We Live
John Dankosky – WNPR

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