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Today on WNHH Radio

by Harry Droz | Jan 11, 2017 7:16 am

Lucy Gellman Photo The most recent programs on WNHH radio dive into the politics of the voting process and education inequality, catch up on state education funding, stay update with the JCC renovation process, and explore the controversies associated with the attorney general nomination of Jeff Sessions. 

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Today On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | Dec 22, 2016 7:59 am

The most recent programs on WNHH radio dive into civic-minded documentaries, explore the complexities of the Emoluments Clause, catch up on the latest in Halal cooking, and laud the latest anti-discrimination measures for the those in the LGBTQ community. 

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The Latest On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | Nov 23, 2016 8:22 am

Lucy Gellman Photo The latest programs on WNHH hop from family law practice to Russian history, pause to consider the Declaration of Independence and mull over what the founding fathers would have thought of Donald J. Trump, and scratch the surface of interfaith life in New Haven.

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The Latest On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | Nov 16, 2016 12:05 pm

Aliyya Swaby File Photo The latest programs on WNHH radio try out a new pizza joint in New Haven, keep unpacking the results of the Nov. 8 election on the state and national levels, probe the link between classical music and craft brewing, and inform listeners about their Obamacare options during open enrollment.

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Today On WNHH Radio

by Lucy Gellman | Nov 2, 2016 7:07 am

The most recent programs on WNHH radio explore FBI Director James Comey’s statement on Hillary Clinton’s email server, one woman’s devastating battle with scleroderma, and school-based health clinics.

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1 Chamber? Or 2?

by marcia chambers | Sep 15, 2016 7:12 am | Comments (1)

Connecticut needs full-time legislators, but it doesn’t need two houses of them, in the view of a prominent attorney who’s seeking to form an unconventional constitutional convention to get a conversation going on the topic. 

Dan Klau, a leading First Amendment and open government lawyer, is taking a lead role in trying to organize the “We, The People” convention to revisit the basics of how government operates.

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