Melissa in the Morning: See Something, Say Something

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Melissa in the Morning: See Something, Say Something

This week is Say Something Week through Sandy Hook Promise. We spoke with CEO Nicole Hockley about the Say Something program and the impact this concept has on students across the country. ((00:00))

Governor Lamont has launched a new awareness campaign focused on wrong way drivers. We spoke with Senator Tony Hwang who’s a ranking member of the Transportation Committee. He talked about the need for the campaign and the possibility of continued driving education for license holders. ((14:40))

Keep it fresh! Marriage consultant, Bob Donovan, reflected on his recent six-week trip with his wife and how it mixed things up in a 40-year union. How can we keep things fun in a long time marriage? ((27:56))

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