CT Essential Politics – Tuesday 03.27.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Panel Approves Watered-Down Ed Bill – K. Megan, Courant
Ed Reform Remains A Work In Progress – C. Stuart, CTNJ
Tenure Reforms Get Major Rewrite – J.R. Thomas, CT Mirror
Lawmakers Stall Malloy’s Tenure Reform – Ken Dixon, Hearst
Bridgeport Takeover: Justice For Some – J. Pelto, Wait, What?
Ed Reform: Compromise, Start Of Battle? – R. Green, Courant
Superintendents Wear So Many Hats – E. FitzGerald, Hearst
OFA Forecasts $124.4m Deficit – Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Malloy Lobbies Pentagon – Dean Pagani, Governors Journal
Not Ed Reform, Try Condo Reform – George Gombossy, CTWD
Incumbent Candidates Miss Votes – Jordan Fenster, CTSP
2nd Time Around Tougher For Malloy – B. Lockhart, Hearst
Hartford DUI Checkpoint-gate – Kevin Rennie, Daily Ructions
Regulators Back NU-NSTAR Merger – K. Gosselin, Courant
Opposition To Malloy’s Campaign Ideas – K. Phaneuf, CT Mirror
Malloy For Alternative Fuels – Dean Pagani, Governors Journal
UConn Law Dean Will Step Down – William Weir, Courant
Does CT GOP Want To Be Competitive? – Chris Powell, J-I
Is End Near For Tong? – Kevin Rennie, Daily Ructions
Blumenthal Listens In On SCOTUS HC Arguments – CT Post
FL Killing Stokes Fathers’ Fears For Sons – K. Lembo, Courant


Lawmakers Cave To Unions On Ed Reform – Courant
School Reforms Far From Complete – CT Post
Malloy’s Ed Reform Ignores Real Problem – Rep-Am
Privileged Few See SCOTUS Arguments On HC – Courant

Videos of the Day

Face The State: Dennis House interviews former GOP congressman Chris Shays, who is running for the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by the retiring Joe Lieberman.

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WFSB: Lawmakers at the Capitol debated the repeal of the state’s death penalty last week.

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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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