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Tue March 13, 2012
Where We Live: Reporter Roundtable
While we’ve been obsessed with the big changes that may be coming to the state’s education system - there’s plenty more that lawmakers are considering.
On that long list: Red light cameras, hotel taxes, racial profiling, Sunday liquor sales and the death penalty. There’s also news about more firings over the D-SNAP scandal, and there’s the state of the budget in a slow-recovery economy. Some economists are saying that it will take several more years to undo the damage of the last recession.
Reporters Keith Phaneuf from the Connecticut Mirror and CT News Junkie’s Christine Stuart will give us the pulse of the capitol -- - and then we’ll get the business report, and take a look at the new employment numbers just out with the Hartford Courant’s Dan Haar.