Here’s what you can expect on Tuesday January 14th with Ray Dunaway.
6:50- Denise Merrill, Secretary of the State is here. Merrill Sees Dramatic Improvement in Voting Participation of Connecticut Military Personnel In Report to CT General Assembly on Ways to Improve Overseas Military Voting, Secretary of the State Reports 94% of Absentee Ballots Requested by Military Voters Returned in Time to be Counted in 2012 Presidential Election.
7:20- Nick Perna, Economic adviser to Webster Bank, also warned that growing deficit projections for state government following the 2014 elections could derail any gains.
8:20- Eleanor Barkhorn, is a senior associate editor at The Atlantic, where she oversees the Education Channel will be on with Ray. The Atlantic is discussing cold weather and school cancellations. School Wasn’t Canceled for Bad Weather in 1882.
8:50- David Lightman, McClatchy Washington Bureau will be on the air. The House and Senate budget negotiators Monday agreed to a detailed plan for spending $1.012 trillion to keep the federal government running. Parts of the government could be subject to a shutdown Wednesday if new spending legislation is not adopted, but the compromise plan is expected to win approval.
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