Melissa in the Morning: Budget Breakdown

Downtown buildings under a dark sky at the Connecticut state capitol building in Hartford

Melissa in the Morning: Budget Breakdown

Senate Minority Leader Kevin Kelly came in studio to do a deeper dive into the two-year, 51-billion-dollar approved during this session. We talked about the tax cuts, the education investments and one thing that wasn’t snuck into the 832-page document…((00:00))

A groundbreaking today is paving a new future for Connecticut veterans at Homes for the Brave. Vince Santilli, the executive director at Homes for the Brave, shared the details of this expansion project and what it will mean for serving more vets in the state. ((17:48))

“If there are age minimums, should there be age maximums?” A NYT article highlighted the question of age playing a role in the workforce. Employment attorney, Gary Phelan, discussed the issue with age discrimination and whether there’s a gray line between age and ability for jobs. ((29:02))

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