Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:50- Sen Len Fasano, Republican member of the Connecticut Senate representing the 34th District since 2003, has served as the Senate Minority Leader since 2015. Officials say the First Five program created 3,759 new jobs… but what isn’t clear from the analysis is what types of jobs they are adding at these companies?
“Is it landscaping jobs? We don’t know,” Fasano said Tuesday.
Fasano said they’ve asked Smith for information on the program numerous times and have always been told the information is proprietary and not available for analysis.
7:20- In a letter to Bresch, Sen Richard Blumenthal said Mylan needs to take immediate action to lower the price of EpiPen’s for all Americans that rely on this product for their health and safety. He citing hearing from dozens of concerned families, school nurses and first responders, and will discuss in detail today.
8:20- Max Eden is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and talks Pre-K’s Dangerous Tradeoffs. Progressives are willing to skimp on safety to achieve their policy goals.
8:50- Dave O’Brien, NESN Play By Play for Red Sox asks, does Clay Buchholz deserve a spot in Red Sox’s rotation amid a strong stretch?