Open Forum

The Courant editorial board sees the Democratic budget as a starting place. Meanwhile, negotiations have yet to start, and the clock is ticking.

Layoffs are feared in Norwich.

Michael Barone at U.S. News takes on Sen. Dodd. Helen Ubiñas says Dodd shouldn’t count on voters having short memories.

New Haven’s municipal public campaign financing program receives a few tweaks.

AT&T is in discussions with its unions, looking to save money. Meanwhile, Yale and its unions have come to an agreement.

What else is going on?

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4 responses to “Open Forum

  1. Michael Barone at U.S. News takes on Sen. Dodd. Helen Ubiñas says Dodd shouldn’t count on voters having short memories.

    “et tu reliably left journalists?”

  2. Don’t know if this was ever posted. But sounds like a familiar prologue…

    http://www.realclearpolitics.com/articles/2009/04/dodd_may_get_primary_c.html

  3. http://www.freerepublic.com/focus/f-news/2220258/posts

    Solid news on that. How timely.

    Also, it looks like Caligiuri has finally gotten up a facebook page. Looks sharper than Simmon’s, but not quite Rell’s.

    http://www.facebook.com/pages/Sam-Caligiuri-for-US-Senate/66060869221

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