Op-ed, Analysis and Blogs
GA Passes Bipartisan Bill To Erase Deficit - Keith Phaneuf, CT Mirror
Report: Spending Cuts Could Hurt Economy - Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Deficit: Hello? Anybody Home? - Jonathan Pelto, Wait, What?
Hospitals Bracing For Budget Cuts - Christine Stuart, CTNJ
Bullet Tax Discussed In Special Session - Mark Pazniokas, CT Mirror
Tearful Tribute To Victims From Lawmakers - Hugh McQuaid, CTNJ
CT Killings A Result Of Moral Decay - Ted Nugent, Washington Times
We Cannot Let This Happen Again - Susan Campbell, Journal Register
Newtown Lawmaker Tells Media, ‘It’s Time To Step Off’ - CT Mirror
Some CT Blacks Question Media Coverage - Shahid Abdul-Karim, JRC
We Need To Reset Our Moral Compass - M. Jodi Rell, Hearst CT
CT’s Higher Ed System Has 29 Spokesman - Z. Janowski, Yankee Institute
Market Trend (cartoon) - Bob Englehart, Courant
Asperger’s Wasn’t The Cause Of Rampage - Courant
Action Needed On Gun Regs, Mental Health - CT Post
State Should Revisit Its Economic Policy - Republican American
Ayala Should Step Aside - New Haven Register
CT Shows How Bipartisan Deficit Cutting Gets Done - Courant
Capitol Watch: Calling it “gun safety,” Rep. Jim Himes Wednesday joined Democratic colleagues and called for legislation to outlaw assault magazines. Himes also supports reinstating the assault weapons ban and legislation to close loopholes that allow the purchase of a gun without a background check.
USDOE: U.S. Education Secretary Arne Duncan was in Newtown yesterday.
CT Talking (audio): Political commentator and columnist Terry Cowgill of CTDevilsadvocate.com, joined CTTalking host Dan Lovallo to discuss the tragic school shootings in Newtown on Friday.
SUNDAY TALK SHOW LINE-UP
DUBY MCDOWELL – THE LAUREL
THIS WEEK ON WHERE WE LIVE
JOHN DANKOSKY – WNPR
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