Here’s what’s coming up this morning with Ray Dunaway.
6:20- Jill Schlesinger, CFP®, CBS News Business Analyst, explains how Trump’s tariff talk has rattled the markets.
7:20- Sen. Paul Formica, co-Chair of the Appropriations and Energy & Technology Committee, discusses the conveyance tax. Gov. Malloy is calling for raising the conveyance tax on real estate sales, which would generate about $23 million per year. Malloy is also proposing establishing highway tolls in Connecticut for the first time in three decades and raising the gasoline tax by 7 cents per gallon over four years.
7:50- Christopher Budnick, new psychology professor at Southern Connecticut State University, has done some research on how lack of sleep can affect people’s emotions, particularly at work.
8:20- Kevin Hernandez, Policy Director for the LIBRE Initiative, a sister organization to Americans for Prosperity talks tariffs. According to Hernandez, Steel and Aluminum tariffs misguided and hurt American consumers.
8:50- Jeff Bridges, Town Manager of Wethersfield, joins us for this week’s Mayor Monday.