CT Essential Politics – Tuesday 04.10.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

A Calm Senate Debate – Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror
Still, There Were Pointed Jabs – Daniela Altimari, Courant
Minor Disagreements, No Insults – Patrick Scully
Tong Co-opts Oakes’ Story – Brian Lockhart, Hearst
Malloy: Whitnum ‘On Fringe Of Fringe’ – Ken Dixon, Hearst
Reconsidering Lee Whitnum – Rick Green, Courant
Prof. Barrett: Whitnum Insults Whores – Neil Vigdor, Hearst
Democratic Senate Debate Replay (video) – FOX-CT
CT Cracks Down On Little Tobacco – Hugh McQuaid, CTNJ
CT’s Income High, Taxes Average – Ana Radelat, CT Mirror
Malloy’s Ed Road Show Comes To Hartford – Courant
Shays Campaign ‘Woeful’ – Kevin Rennie, Daily Ructions
GOP Leaders Welcome Rowland’s Help? – CT05
Yada … Where’s My Longevity Check? – Jonathan Pelto,
DP Discussion Moves To CT House – S. Campbell, Courant
Case For DP Even Weaker Now – T. McCarthy, UConn DC
Finch Disses Black Rock – L. Grimaldi, Only In Bridgeport
Judge Says NH Can Evict Occupy – T. MacMillan, N.H. Reg.
One Small Idea For Hartford – Ryan McKeen, CT Law Blog
Young People Trapped At Home – S. Campbell, Courant
M. Romney Coming To Hartford Wed. – C. Keating, Courant
WestConn Students Ralloy For Trayvon – News Times

Editorials

Young Should Vote In CT Primary – Norwich Bulletin
Long Road To Relief From Taxes – Rep-Am
CT Sets Limits On Holding Immigrants – Reg-Cit
Congress Must Look Hard At NCAA – Courant
Solid Policing = Safe Cities – New Britain Herald

Video/Audio Feed

Face The State: Part 1 >>Host Dennis House is joined by political analysts Duby McDowell and Brian Flaherty along with Hartford Courant columnist Kevin Rennie, author of the blog, Daily Ructions. Among the topics  discussed during the taping: the death penalty, Governor Malloy, the senate race and importance of debates, and more.
Face The State: Part 2 >>Host Dennis House is joined by political analysts Duby McDowell and Brian Flaherty along with Hartford Courant columnist Kevin Rennie, author of the blog, Daily Ructions. Among the topics  discussed during the taping: the death penalty, Governor Malloy, the senate race and importance of debates, and more.
Face the State: Flashback >> We take you back to April 10, 1966, when an estimated 3-4,000 people gathered on Constitution Plaza in downtown Hartford to make history on a chilly Easter morning.
The Real Story: Criminal defense attorney Reese Norris, who supports the death penalty, talks about what is next for the proposed repeal, and the judicial implications.
The Real Story: Political analyst Matt Hennessy talks about the status of the busy legislative agenda, and what’s next for many of these bills.
The Real Story: Writer Rob Cox discusses The NU-NSTAR utility merger.

Sunday Talk Show Line-up
Duby McDowell – The Laurel

This Week on Where We Live
John Dankosky – WNPR

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