CT Essential Politics – Monday 03.05.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Roraback’s Death Penalty Dilemma – Scott Benjamin, CTNJ
Battle Over Selling Beer At Gas Stations – Chris Keating, Courant
Ed Takeover Opponents Rally – L. Grimaldi, Only In Bridgeport
ECS Reform Needed Now – Jack Chiaramonte, The Hour
Himes Tweets From Alabama – Rick Green, Courant
5th CD: No Negative Ads? Not Likely – Brian Lockhart, Hearst
Huey Donovan? – Don Pesci, Red Notes From A Blue State
Donovan’s Financial Amnesia – David Krechevsky, Rep-Am
Using Mental Health As A Political Weapon – J. Pelto, Wait, What?
Register Presses Run For Last Time – Ed Stannard, N.H. Register
Why Johnny Can’t Read: CT Socialists Are Busy – Chris Fountain
Justice Scalia Coming To Liberal Wesleyan – Huffington Post
Politically Poetic
 – Jennifer Just, CTNJ


Metal? Who Is Stealing This Stuff? – Courant
Fake Gun Bill Makes Sense – Bristol Press
State Freezes Cold Cases – Register Citizen
Folks Next Door Stymie Greenies – Rep-Am
Malloy Willing To Fight For Reform – Norwich Bulletin

Video of the Day

The Real Story: Laurie Perez gives a wrap-up of non-liquor-related legislative topics tackled last week, including trooper staffing minimums, the minimum wage and education reform hearings.

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Face The State: Dennis House focuses on education reform, interviewing Dr. Steven Perry, principal of the critically acclaimed Capital Preparatory Magnet School in Hartford, author and education contributor for CNN.

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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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