Melissa in the Morning: 99 Problems, but Cash Isn’t One

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Melissa in the Morning: 99 Problems, but Cash Isn’t One

The governor signed a two-year, 51-billion-dollar state budget that included more than 300-million dollars invested in education. But do those dollars actually make it to the classroom? We got some perspective from Fran Rabinowitz about this. ((00:00))

A Sacred Heart University graduate is focused on protecting tow truck drivers on CT highways. We met Salena Khan and learned about her business Life on the Line promoting slow down, move over laws. ((15:07))

For the first time in over a decade, Bridgeport is bringing back its restaurant week. We get the details from BRBC President, Dan Onofrio, about the event in June and where to get a list of restaurants participating. ((23:44))

Workout Wednesday: new data shows walking can lead to better connectivity activity for your brain and memory improvement for older adults. Amy Llinas shares the best walking regiment to follow for the best results. ((32:26))

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