CT Essential Politics – Friday 02.24.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Voter List FOI Fix Is Near – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Arrests At The Capitol – Ken Dixon, Hearst
Dem Candidates Make Nice At Debate – J.R. Thomas, CT Mirror
Ed Reform Dilemma: Child Poverty – Rick Green, Courant
95% Of CT Teachers Get Tenure – Zach Janowski, Raising Hale
Former Google Lobbyist Stumps For Linda – Neil Vigdor, Hearst
Gas Tax Hurting Consumers, Businesses – Mike Alberts, N-B
Malloy’s NYC Trip: The Saga Continues – Jon Pelto, Wait What?
Dem Pols To Tour Death Row – Patrick Scully, Hanging Shad
E-Cert: Slossberg Bill Rushed To Floor – Hugh McQuaid, CTNJ
No Time For Hearings, Just Votes – M. Pazniokas, CT Mirror
Package Store Owners To Hold Rally Today – B. Lockhart, Hearst
Internet Gambling: Tribes Differ – Ana Radelat, CT Mirror
Anita Hill Visits New Haven – Pamela McLoughlin, N.H. Register
Goodbye ‘Big Al’ Terzi – Dennis House, Hartfordite


Police License Plate Scanners Open To Abuse – Courant
UConn Salaries: Riches Flow To Athletics – N.H. Register
Liquor Reform: The Good, The Bad – Stamford Advocate
Hard Look At Tenure Needed – News-Times
Regionalization Can’t Be Forced – Norwich Bulletin

Videos of the Day

Where We Live: Host John Dankosky talks education reform with Gov. Malloy.

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Face The State
: Flashback >> Dennis House looks back 20 years ago when developer Steve Wynn proposed a casino for Hartford.

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WTNH-News8: The Immigration and Customs Enforcement program known as Secure Communities has created a good bit of controversy, but it officially began on Wednesday.

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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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