Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:20- Jill Schlesinger, CFP®, CBS News Business Analyst, says recessions are like pornography, obviously the election has drowned out every other topic, including economics and markets. That’s why you could be forgiven for not noticing a Wall Street Journal survey of economists, which found that the odds of a recession occurring within the next four years at nearly 60 percent.
6:50- Dr. William Zempsky, pediatric emergency medicine doctor with Connecticut Children’s Medical Center will discuss the change in the law on children’s use of medical Marijuana.
7:20- Dr. Nivea Torres, Superintendent of the, Connecticut Technical High School System (CTHSS) speaks to the progress technical schools have made and the various partnerships they have with some of the big businesses in the state.
8:50- James Bergenn, Partner at Shipman and Goodwin, a practice comprised of complex criminal and civil litigation, including white collar crime and government investigations, substantial personal injury and wrongful death cases, and other trials involving substantial consequences talks the Sandy Hook parents’ lawsuit against a gun maker which was dismissed late last week; An appeal is promised.