Here’s what you can expect on Thursday January 9th with Ray Dunaway.
6:50- Dr. Hank Schwartz, VP, Behavioral Health, Hartford Hospital is here to discuss the Stop The Stigma campaign. The fear of stigma and discrimination has a devastating effect on those living with mental illness and on their families. And adults are not the only ones affected. Children and adolescents struggle with mental illness as well.
7:20- Mayor Mark Boughton announced yesterday he is running for CT Governor. Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton’s official entrance into the 2014 race for governor Wednesday creates a four-man field of Republicans that is about to expand to five with the addition of Tom Foley, the GOP’s 2010 nominee.
8:20- Terry Cowgill, Columnist, CTNewsJunkie.com will be on with Ray to discuss the recent piece Sorry, College Shouldn’t Be For Everyone. Shortly before the holidays, the state announced that college enrollments in Connecticut had suffered a 2-percent decline from 2012. At a time of economic stress, when Connecticut’s public colleges are a comparative bargain that might keep more students from fleeing to other states, how could this be? My reaction: Well, duh!
8:50- Leighton Steward, chairman of Plants Need CO2, is on to talk about The Supreme Court Eyeing The EPA. The Supreme Court’s significant decision to review the Environmental Protection Agency’s legal authority to regulate greenhouse gasses.
All this, plus Weather and Traffic on the 8′s, Scott Gray’s Sports Commentary and much more. Tune in to WTIC NewsTalk 1080 or Click Here to listen online.