Monday’s Brad & Dan Show talks minimum wage

Monday’s Brad & Dan Show talks minimum wage

Should the state of Connecticut raise the minimum wage?  In his State of the State address, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed raising the minimum wage.  On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Eric Berthel, R-32, will comment on the proposal.

We finally have a budget deal from Washington, D.C.  What’s the scoop?  David Lightman of McClatchy Newspapers will have the update, during his weekly interview.

Your calls are welcomed at 888-574-2723.  Plus traffic updates from Cindy Weightman and the latest on weather, news and sports.

Brad & Dan get your work week started on Monday morning at 6:00.

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Friday Brad & Dan Show: East Windsor casino not a done deal

Friday Brad & Dan Show: East Windsor casino not a done deal

The proposed casino for East Windsor may not be a done deal after all.  On Friday’s Brad & Dan Show, State Sen. Tony Hwang, R-28, will explain the latest.

As the weekend approaches, Doug Evans will update us on Arts Across Connecticut.

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

Brad & Dan start your Friday morning at 6:00.  Tune in.

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Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show: Turns out new fees not solely for parks

Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show: Turns out new fees not solely for parks

As it turns out, the new fee on our motor vehicle registrations is not solely dedicated to our parks and campgrounds, as was suggested by lawmakers, when the fee was approved. On Thursday’s Brad & Dan Show, state Sen. Joe Markley, R-16, will explain.

There is also a new report out by Vinnie Vernuccio, about  the relationship between government employee unions and state government.  Vernuccio and Carol Platt-Liebau, president of the Yankee Institute for Public Policy, will appear on the show to detail the results.

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

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

Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show: General Assembly launches new session

Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show: General Assembly launches new session

As the Connecticut General Assembly launches a new session, Senate Republican President Len Fasano will offer his perspective on Wednesday’s Brad & Dan Show.

There is a new website that has launched in Connecticut, prepared to challenge mainstream media, and Brad & Dan will talk with one of its founders, Andrew Lautz.

And in honor of American Heart month, Dr. Arnar Geirsson, Chief of Cardiac Surgery, Yale New Haven Hospital Heart and Vascular Center and Associate Professor of Surgery, Yale School of Medicine, will talk about the latest technology available for heart surgery.

Brad & Dan will also take your calls at 888-574-2723.  Cindy Weightman has traffic updates, plus you will get the latest in weather, news and sports.

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

Pictured L-R: Brad Davis, Sen. Len Fasano, Dan Lovallo

 

Nappier reflects on career on Tuesday’s Brad & Dan

Nappier reflects on career on Tuesday’s Brad & Dan

Connecticut state Treasurer Denise Nappier will reflect on her career as the state’s treasurer on Tuesday’s Brad & Dan Show.  Nappier, who will not seek re-election, will have served 20 years in the position, when her tenure is completed.

Also on the program, Elizabeth Horton Sheff of the Community Renewal Team will talk about how residents can get their income tax returns prepared for free.  And Claudio Gualtieri, Advocacy Director AARP-CT, will review AARP’s agenda for the upcoming session of the Connecticut General Assembly.

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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Linares will push for pension reform

Linares will push for pension reform

Connecticut state Sen. Art Linares, R-33rd District, says he will push for state employee pension reform, during the upcoming legislative session.  On Monday’s Brad & Dan Show, the senator will explain what he has in mind.

Also, Pete Gioia, Vice President & economist for the Connecticut Business & Industry Association, will talk about the economy and fiscal stability.  Plus David Lightman of McClatchy Newspapers has the latest from Washington, D.C. and attorney Barry Horowitz pays a visit.

As always, your calls at 888-574-2723 and Cindy Weightman has the traffic. The latest weather, news and sports will also be part of the show.

Brad & Dan get your new work week started Monday morning at 6:00.

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