Melissa in the Morning: Premature?

A police office on the side of the road as he writes a ticket.

Melissa in the Morning: Premature?

Earlier this year, news broke about an audit looking at state police potentially falsifying thousands of traffic tickets. But the Connecticut State Police Union says the findings were shared prematurely. Andrew Matthews of the union shared the aftermath to troopers in the state and discrepancies in the report. ((00:00))

It’s an illness that can destroy the liver – but the major problem is what’s called “invisible symptoms” that are downplayed by doctors and loved ones. We spoke with Dr. Charles Cha about PBC and why you need to medically advocate for yourself. ((15:11))

Ahead of the new school year, all parents worry about their kids being bullied. The Commission on Human Rights and Opportunities shared statutes in place at schools and protections on chromebooks used by students. ((25:11))

A vision-impaired Connecticut couple is taking their experience with blindness and educating the public about making communities safer and understanding the importance of guide dogs. Meet Phil and Honorata for their community inspiration story. ((40:58))

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