Ray Dunaway


LISTEN ON DEMAND: CT Mirror’s Dave Daley Looks Back At 2010’s GOP Gerrymander

Dave Daley just returned to Hartford as CEO and publisher of the CT Mirror. Daley has a new book published on Congressional redistricting and the big GOP gerrymander of 2010 and 2011, and he shares all the details with Ray.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Keith Phaneuf Talks Local Spending Caps

Keith Phaneuf, state budget reporter for CTMirror.org, talks the Connecticut Treasurer’s calls for re-evaluation of pension returns. Phaneuf also explains why some towns are wary of local spending caps, as state begins revenue sharing.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Everything To Know About Plainville’s Hot Air Balloon Festival

Jim Lenois from the Plainville Fire Company shares details on the changes to this year’s Hot Air Balloon Festival in Plainville, taking place this weekend.


A Yard Goats logo at Dunkin' Donuts Park in Hartford. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

LISTEN ON DEMAND: Tim Restall On The Future Of The Yard Goats

Could the Yard Goats never play a game in Hartford?


Dunkin' Donuts Park August 25, 2016. Photo by WTIC's Matt Dwyer.

This Morning With Ray Dunaway August 26, 2016

Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Abby W. Schachter And The Battle Over Recess

As kids head back to school this year, some parents are celebrating a victory in the battle to improve their children’s education. It isn’t better textbooks or an improved curriculum or even better teachers… It’s more recess.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Total Wine’s Edward Cooper – Customers Deserve Fair Prices

Edward Cooper, Vice President, Public Affairs & Community Relations at Total Wine & More is responding to customers, who demand and deserve fair prices on wine and spirits.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Max Eden On The Dangerous Tradeoffs of Pre-K

Max Eden is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, and he talks about Pre-K’s dangerous tradeoffs. Progressives are willing to skimp on safety to achieve their policy goals.


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This Morning With Ray Dunaway August 25, 2016

Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.


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LISTEN ON DEMAND: Ray Dunaway and the First Five Program Debate

Senator Len Fasano and Catherine Smith, Department of Economic and Community Development commissioner, both offered their perspective on Connecticut’s First Five Program. Who do you agree with?



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