Seniors could face ramifications over Malloy veto

Seniors could face ramifications over Malloy veto

Could Connecticut Seniors on the Medicare Savings Plan face ramifications, now that Gov. Malloy has vetoed amendments to the bill passed by the General Assembly?  On Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Kevin Kelly, R-21st District will explain.  Sen. Kelly is co-chair of the committees on Aging and Insurance.

What’s the latest on the Steve Bannon hearings and the Russian investigation?  FOX News Rachel Sutherland will provide details.

And Quinnipiac University political professor Scott McLean will offer his analysis on Ned Lamont entering the gubernatorial race in Connecticut.

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

It’s the Thursday morning Brad & Dan Show, starting at 6:00.

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Rep. Ziobron talks everything from marijuana to tolls

Rep. Ziobron talks everything from marijuana to tolls

Connecticut State Rep. Melissa Ziobron, third term Republican from the 34th District, is a fiscal conservative who wants to legalize marijuana for recreational purposes.

On Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show, the Assistant Minority Leader will talk about numerous issues, including tolls, three weeks before the legislature convenes.

Also, Connecticut Commissioner of the Department of Consumer Protection, Michelle Seagull, will discuss several issues important to consumers.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723 and the latest traffic with Cindy Weightman.  Brad & Dan also keep you updated on weather, news and sports.

Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show starts at 6 a.m.

Where does MTAC stand on tolls?

Where does MTAC stand on tolls?

Where does the Motor Transport Association of Connecticut stand on tolls?  On Tuesday’s Brad & Dan Show, Joe Sculley, president of the association will give the MTAC’s viewpoint.

Republican gubernatorial candidate Prasad Srinivasan will pay a visit and Yvonne Renee Davis, foreign policy expert, will analyze the USA’s foreign relations, in the aftermath of President Trump’s controversial comments last week.

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

Brad & Dan start your Tuesday morning at 6.

Did Trump say what he said he didn’t say?

Did Trump say what he said he didn’t say?

President Trump is denying he said what was reported at a meeting with lawmakers about Haiti and Africa.  What is the truth?

On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, David Lightman of McClatchy Newspapers and Leslie Sorrell, political strategist, will comment on the latest controversy surrounding the Trump administration.

Meanwhile, Senate Republican President Len Fasano is calling on the president to apologize for his remarks.  He will comment.

On Dr. Martin Luther King Day, Brad & Dan will remember the slain civil rights leader.

Attorney Barry Horowitz pays a visit and, of course, Brad & Dan will take your phone calls at 888-574-2723.

Plus Cindy Weightman on traffic and the latest in weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your new work week started, Monday morning at 6 on the Talk of Connecticut.

 

Election of new state representative comes with a price for his students

Election of new state representative comes with a price for his students

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The win by Bobby Gibson in the special election for the 15th District Assembly seat in Connecticut, comes with a price for his students. When Gibson is at the state legislature, the Bloomfield public school teacher will need to be replaced by a substitute teacher.

On Thursday’s CT On The Hill, host Dan Lovallo will explain in more detail, what plan the school district has in place to fill in for Gibson.
 
Plus your calls at 888-574-2723.
 
CT On The Hill starts at 9 a.m.
Republican gubernatorial debate turns nasty

Republican gubernatorial debate turns nasty

A Republican Party gubernatorial debate turned nasty on Wednesday night in Hebron.  On Friday’s Brad & Dan Show, Christine Stuart of CT News Junkie, the debate’s moderator, will talk about the debate and other campaign-related stories.

Rain and plenty of it is in the forecast.  What’s next?  Award-winning meteorologist Art Horn will provide a short and long-range forecast.

Doug Evans will have an update on Arts Across Connecticut and beyond and there will be a preview of the First Cathedral’s tribute to Dr. Martin Luther King.

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.

Duff wants to create transportation authority

Duff wants to create transportation authority

In the wake of Connecticut’s transportation fund shortfall, Senate Majority Leader Bob Duff, D-Norwalk, wants to create a transportation authority.  Is this a good idea?

On Friday’s CT On The Hill, Dan Lovallo will explain the concept.

Plus your calls at 888-574-2723.

CT On The Hill starts at 9 a.m.