Senate Republicans and Democrats, as well as House Democrats, are expected to lay out their legislative agendas for the upcoming short session today. At issue will be what, exactly, to do with the surplus, as well as competing transportation plans and economic initiatives. There's a lot to get done in a very, very short twelve-week session. It's past time to consider expanding the length of the session or making the legislature full-time.
The Lamont campaign seems to be aquiring personnel. I'm amazed at how slowly the Lamont campaign is forming. This should have been done last month. If Lamont announces in early to mid-March, as I've been hearing, he'll have only six weeks or less before the convention.
Tolls are under consideration again, but this time only for Fairfield County. Well, one more reason to never travel through there, unless it's on a train.
New London's mayor is proposing a compromise that would allow four of the remaining six Kelo plaintiffs to stay in their homes for the rest of their lives. The plaintiffs would be tenants, however, and not actually own the homes.
What else is happening today?