Connecticut is at a crossroads economically. The regular session for the budget is over but there are looming question marks on tolls and bonding which will be debated in a special session after July 1. The budget must be balanced but the Governor is being challenged by the unions involving a $428 million dollar anticipated consession.
Connecticut is facing one of its most challenging fiscal periods in the past decade. The 2.0 Strategy for Fiscal and Economic Growth has provided a comprehensive document outlining key issues and potential solutions.
As host of CT Valley Views, Susan Patricelli Regan continues to bring “proof to the people” through high profile guests and topics to Connecticut citizens. The state’s budget is in critical economic condition and the show’s grass roots medium of Public Access TV is a full half hour, sans advertorial interruptions, that provides candid and illuminating insight to its viewers.
What’s the answer to Connecticut’s economic recovery? Susan Patricelli Regan’s interview with Sal Luciano, newly confirmed president of Connecticut AFL-CIO will air in April on CTVV and local CPTV stations.
What do you do if you fear that you or your children are or will become victims of domestic violence? This is not limited to physical, but includes verbal abuse, harassment, and threats of assault directly or to the immediate family, estrangement from friends or family or curtailment of financial support.