CT Essential Politics – Monday 02.27.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

OFA Warns Of $161m In Red Ink – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Donovan Wants To Bar Negative Ads In 5th – CT Mirror
We Need ECS Reform Now – Jack Chiaramonte, The Hour
In Eastern CT, Resistance To Regionalization – Norwich Bulletin
Red-Light Cameras = Greenback $ – Steve Kotchko, CT Report
CT Spent $2.1 Million To Defend Hayes, Komisarjevsky – A.P.
Bridgeport Super Has Bureaucrats Squirming – Only In B’port
Whitnum Blasts Bysiewicz And Murphy – D. House, Hartfordite
Senator Lieberman Caws Again – CT Bob
Roraback Horse Trading Death Penalty Vote? – D. Altimari, Courant
Independent Package Stores Owners Groan In SE CT – The Day
Zombies In Danbury? – Jordan Fenster, CT State Politics
Disabled Advocates Against Malloy Exec. Order – Letter, Courant
On The Info Age And Anonymity – Ken Dixon, CT Post

Editorials

A Sickness In Our Society – Republican American
Can’t Anyone Talk Honestly About The Deficit? – The Day
Need For Ed And Tenure Reform Is Clear – The Hour
Timing Wrong For Minimum Wage Rise – Norwich Bulletin

Audio of the Day

Where We Live: Arts Funding 2.0 >> As the Malloy administration revamps arts funding, host John Dankosy interviews Jan Ellen Spiegel, Kip Bergstrom, Jeffrey Nichols, Cynthia Clair, Mary Lou Aleskie, Jackie Hubbard and Gregg Dancho.

If you’re having trouble hearing the above audio, click on the link below:

http://www.yourpublicmedia.org/content/wnpr/where-we-live-arts-funding-20

Sunday Talk Show Line-up
Duby McDowell – The Laurel

This Week on Where We Live
John Dankosky – WNPR

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