Why you cannot place tolls at the Connecticut border

Why you cannot place tolls at the Connecticut border

As the debate for adding tolls in Connecticut revs up, some advocates are supporting the placement of tolls at the state’s borders.  Just one problem, you cannot.  On Friday’s Brad & Dan Show, Marc Fitch, investigative reporter for the Yankee Institute for Pubic Policy will explain why.  Plus, State Sen. Len Suzio, a member of the General Assembly’s transportation committee will also offer his perspective on tolls.

It’s Groundhog Day and we will get a live report from the Lutz Children’s Museum in Manchester on whether “Chuckles,” the state’s official groundhog, sees his shadow.

And live from Minnesota, FOX News’ Jared Max will have an update on the Super Bowl between the New England Patriots and the Philadelphia Eagles.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723 along with Cindy Weightman on traffic and the latest in weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Friday morning started at 6:00.

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Speaker of the House makes appearance

Speaker of the House makes appearance

As Connecticut’s General Assembly prepares to launch a new session next week, Speaker of the House Joe Aresimowicz will offer a preview on Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show.  Among the issues the speaker will get into are tolls for Connecticut highways.

Also, President Trump’s chief of staff John Kelly says the president will release the classified memo that Republicans say shows bias against the president in the Russian probe.  Political analyst Eli Crane will offer perspective on the story.

As always your calls at 888-574-2723 along with Cindy Weightman on traffic and the latest in weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Thursday morning started at 6:00.

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Lauretti wants to be governor and Lutz Museum prepares for groundhog day

Lauretti wants to be governor and Lutz Museum prepares for groundhog day

Mark Lauretti, the mayor of Shelton, is among the candidates running for governor of Connecticut.  He will explain why he is running on Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show.

The Lutz Museum in Manchester, CT is preparing for its annual groundhog prediction.  Will “Chuckles,” Connecticut’s official state groundhog, see his shadow?  We will get the lowdown from Bob Eckert, executive director of the museum.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723 and the latest on traffic from Cindy Weightman.  Brad and Dan will also have updates on weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Wednesday morning started at 6:00.

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Helping minority businesses and Stewart announces

Helping minority businesses and Stewart announces

The Connecticut Department of Economic and Community Development and the Black Business Alliance are partnering to host Capitol Region Workshops for minority businesses.  On Tuesday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Doug McCrory, D-2nd District, and BBA Executive Director Frank Dixon will talk about the workshops.

New Britain Mayor Erin Stewart has announced she has formed an exploratory committee to run for governor.  She will explain why, when she joins Brad & Dan.  Also, State Sen. Eric Berthel, R-32nd District and John Luddy of Norcom Mortgage will be on the show.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723, along with Cindy Weightman on traffic and the latest in weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your Tuesday morning started at 6:00.

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Stefanowski wants to phase out income tax

Stefanowski wants to phase out income tax

Connecticut Republican Party gubernatorial candidate Bob Stefanowski says he has a plan to phase out the state’s income tax.  On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, he will explain the plan and discuss other ideas he has to improve the state’s economy.

Back from Davos, President Trump is now preparing for the State of the Union address.  McClatchy newspaper’s David Lightman will have the latest.

Plus Chris Radlidz, Family Service Director for the Catholic Cemeteries Association will pay a visit.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723, along with Cindy Weightman’s traffic report.  And we’ll have the latest on weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your new work week started, Monday morning at 6.

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