Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
7:20- Jacqueline Rabe, education reporter for CTMirror.org, says the legislature is poised to loosen high school graduation requirements. Learn about the changes.
8:20- Feed Palmer, senior fellow for energy policy at The Heartland Institute, talks his post in The Washington Examiner about the Al Gore carbon Tax. A fool’s errand: Al Gore’s $15 trillion carbon tax.
8:30- Andre Santiago, Senior Program Director of Leadership Greater Hartford, and Karen Senteio, Director of LGH Consulting and Training join Ray in studio. In an effort to shake things up and get the conversation flowing in an innovative, cooperative and collaborative way, Leadership Greater Hartford is bringing together Traditionalists, Boomers, Gen-Xers and Millennials for some straight talk on Wednesday morning May 31 at the Hartford Club. What does it really take for all four generations to work together effectively and productively?