CT Essential Politics – Wednesday 03.14.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

State Reaches Deal With NU, NSTAR – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
NSTAR Transformer Catches Fire, Boston In Dark – Reuters
Panel Votes To Strike Trooper Law – Chris Keating, Courant
Boards Of Ed? Who Needs ‘Em? – Jon Pelto, Wait What?
Malloy Jeered At Ed Reform Session – B. Lockhart, Hearst
Angry Teachers Drown Out Governor – N.H. Independent
Those Ed Reformers’ Salaries … – Rick Green, Courant
You Should Be Worried About Red-Light Bill – Daily Ructions
In NH, DeStefano Joins Oppressor Class – R. Green, Courant
Who Owns New Haven’s Green?
 – Norman Pattis Blog
Cafero Endorses Roraback – Jordan Fenster, CTSP
Critics To Malloy: Stay Home – G. Hladky, Hartford Advocate
Should CT’s Death Penalty Be Repealed? – D. Pesci, Red Notes
Death Penalty: A Victim’s Perspective – Catherine Ednie
A 5th CD Candidate No One Knows – Jordan Fenster, CTSP
Committee Embraces Sundays Sales, Not De-Reg – CT Mirror
Liquor Law Changes Encourage Abuse – Sam Pach, Courant

Romney In Stamford Today – Kate King, CT Post


NU-NSTAR Merger Good Deal For Ratepayers – Courant
Awaiting Word On Red-Light Cameras – CT Post
Panel Peddles Pension Scheme – Republican-American
Pass Medical Marijuana Bill – Norwich Bulletin

Videos of the Day

FOX-CT: Officials in Hartford announced a preliminary agreement to approve the NU-NSTAR utility merger.

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Face The State: Host Dennis House interviews Democrat Matthew Oakes, a candidate for U.S. Senate.

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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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