Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:20- Scott Ott, Pj Media’s Tea Party Expert will discuss the Red State Gathering and 2014 Primary Tea Party match ups. This primary should be an interesting test to Obama’s impact campaigning and aiding his Democrat counterparts following the implications of Obamacare and scandal after scandal plaguing the administration. It could prove beneficial for Republicans as we head into general elections.
6:50- Dr. Kelly Johnson-Arbor, Toxicologist at Hartford Hospital, is here. Each week more than 50 million Americans use a medicine that contains acetaminophen—found in more than 600 different over-the-counter and prescription medicines including pain relievers, fever reducers, sleep aids and numerous cough, cold and flu medicines. Acetaminophen is safe and effective when used as directed, but there is a limit to how much can be taken in one day: 4,000 milligrams (mg).
7:20- Attorney General George Jepsen, will talk about Amistad America Inc., the financially troubled organization in charge of Connecticut’s flagship, submitted on Friday four years’ worth of outstanding audits to the state Office of Policy and Management, on the same day a group of legislators sent a letter to the state attorney general calling for an inquiry into the organization’s future.
8:20- Heather Somers, is on with Ray.
8:50- Lennie Grimaldi, Editor of Only in Bridgeport will discuss the blizzard of absentee ballots in Tuesday’s Primary, and the complaint filed against Andres Ayala Camp.
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. And while you’re at it, catch up on Ray Dunaway’s new daily blog HERE.