CT Essential Politics – Sunday 02.05.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Spending v. Investment: CT Must Learn – Foley & Zimmer, Courant
Malloy Gallops Through First Year – Chris Keating, Courant
Ed Reform: Goodbye To Status Quo – Rae Ann Knopf, CTNJ
Complying With Sheff v. O’Neill – Stone, Parker & Horton, Courant
ACLU Objects To School Lease On Church Grounds – Stamford Adv.
Murphy Tries To Cement Front-Runner Status – B. Lockhart, CT Post
The Trouble With Probation – Norman Pattis Blog
UConn At Crossroads With Calhoun Out – Dana O’Neil, ESPN


Time For Malloy To Make Real Spending Cuts – Rep-Am
Improving Tech High Schools A Welcome Reform – CT Post
GA’s Priorities: Let’s Include Accountability – Norwich Bulletin
Pats Or Giants? CT Has Long, Divided History
 – Courant
State Colleges: Border War Between NY and CT? – The Hour

Videos of the Day

The Real Story: State Sen. Rob Kane, House Speaker Chris Donovan, and analyst Patrick Scully talk about the minimum wage proposal, merits of on-line gambling, and other budget hot topics.

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Stan Simpson Show: Stan Gets predictions for the Super Bowl from former NFL players Tebucky Jones and Andrew Pinnock, and Scott Gray. And Stan kisses the Super Bowl ring.

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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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