CT Essential Politics – Tuesday 01.31.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Malloy Defends Jackson Borrowing And Budget – C. Stuart, CTNJ
CT Will Issue Debit Cards For Tax Refunds – R. Varnon, CT Post
SEEC On Giuliano Hiring: Never Mind – Courant
Malloy The Traveler: CT Feels Neglected? – P. Scully, Hanging Shad
Blumenthal’s Old Manager Now With Warren – B. Lockhart, Hearst
Bernier Proposes Primary Pledge – J. Fenster, CT State Politics
Say What? Bernier Proposes Surrender – K. Rennie, Daily Ructions
CT Ed Policy Gets C+ From Think Tank – Z. Janowski, Raising Hale
Shays vs. McMahon Fundraising Race – Rick Green, Courant
Gallo’s Departure Seen As ‘Good First Step’ – New Haven Register
Gallo’s Gone: Main Street Celebrates – New Haven Independent

Northeast Utilities: Such Generosity – Jonathan Pelto, Wait, What?
Online Gambling: Here Already – Hugh McQuaid, CTNJ
Malloy: I’m Still ‘A Politician’ – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
The Horror! Dunkin Donuts In Greenwich! – L. Millstein, Hearst


After Chief, East Haven Mayor Must Go – Courant
Brave Priest Stands Up To Corruption Stamford Advocate
Reforming Tenure: It’s About Time – Bristol Press
How Refreshing: Bysiewicz Fires On Murphy – Rep-Am
Jackson Labs Offers Promise – Norwich Bulletin

Videos of the Day:

WTNH News-8: Embattled East Haven Police Chief Leonard Gallo is retiring from the force effective Feb. 3, Gallo’s lawyer said Monday.

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Stan Simpson Show: Stan interviews Isai’as T. Diaz, chairman of the CT Latino & Puerto Rican Affairs Commission, and Marilyn Alverio, Diversity/Branding consultant, about the racial bias problems that appear to be plaguing East Haven.

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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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