CT Essential Politics – Thursday 04.26.12

Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs

Without Fanfare, Malloys Signs DP Repeal - C. Keating, Courant
DP Abolition: Signed, Sealed, Delivered - Don Pesci, Red Notes
At The Signing, Initial Reflections - CT Murder Victims Families
Minimum Wage Vote Postponed - Christine Stuart, CTNJ
House Vote Should Come Today - Mark Pazniokas, CT Mirror
Watered Down Bill With No Indexing - Ken Dixon, Hearst
House Forwards Medical Pot Bill To Senate - H. McQuaid, CTNJ
Red-Light Cam Bill More Palatable?
 - Mary O’Leary, NH Register
Clark To File FEC Complaint Against Wilson-Foley - CT05
Mike Clark Should Resign From CT05 Race - The Queen
Wilson-Foley Issues Statement On Rowland Payment - CT05
Rowland Casts A Long Shadow In CT05 - D. Altimari, Courant
No Surprise: Malloy Drops To 37% - Jon Pelto, Wait, What?
Malloy Changes Mind On Small Schools - J.R. Thomas, CT Mirror
Malloy’s Staff Revising His Ed Proposal
 - K. Megan, Courant
Donovan & Williams: Disappointing Leaders - R. Green, Courant
Mano-A-Mano: Shays Vs. WWE - Neil Vigdor, Hearst
Malloy Finesses GAAP Pledge - Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror
Linda, I Feel Your Pain - Neil Vigdor, Hearst
Caregivers Presser Turns Into Shouting Match - CTNJ

Editorials

UConn Right To Stop Spring Weekend Mayhem - Courant
New Questions On State Ed Contractor - CT Post
Shadow Cast Over Wilson-Foley Campaign - Register Citizen

Video/Audio Feed

CT News Junkie: A daycare worker who opposes the unions interrupts a press conference in favor of collective bargaining. Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman expresses her support for the bill which is based on Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s two executive orders.
WTNH-News8: Thousands of teachers were back at the steps of the State Capitol for the second straight day, rallying against key elements of Governor Malloy’s education reform bill.
FOX-CT: Governor holds education meeting in Bridgeport, while teachers rally at Capitol.
WTNH-News8: Members of Connecticut’s two major teachers’ unions are urging state lawmakers to listen to those in the classroom, as they finish crafting a bill that overhauls the state’s public school system.
WFSB: Gov. Malloy defends his education reform proposal in the face of sharp criticism from teachers.
WTNH-News8: Despite numbers that seem to indicate his budget is in trouble, Governor Malloy continues to predict that the state will end the budget year in the black. However, Republicans are already predicting the General Assembly…

Sunday Talk Show Line-up
Duby McDowell – The Laurel

This Week on Where We Live
John Dankosky – WNPR

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