MP3: U.S. Supreme Court Ruling A Sign That "Times Have Actually Changed"

26.06.2013

To download U.S. Supreme Court Ruling A Sign That "Times Have Actually Changed" mp3 for free: Right Click -> Save Link As.../Save Target As...


U.S. Supreme Court Ruling A Sign That "Times Have Actually Changed" MP3

A Connecticut man and his husband got married in this past weekend.  Now on a honeymoon in New York, they were waiting to hear whether their marriage -- recognized by the state, but not by the nation -- would get the approval of the U.S. Supreme Court.  WNPR's Jeff Cohen has this report.   Mike Lawlor and I spoke by phone.    "My husband David and I are seated in a Park across f... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

More songs from yourpublicmedia.org

  • City Concerned About, And Testing For, Hepatitis C

    City Concerned About, And Testing For, Hepatitis C MP3

      Hartford Public health officials say they are concerned with new data on Hepatitis C in the city.  The numbers show 10 to 20 cases a month of people newly diagnosed with a chronic form of the disease.  As WNPR's Jeff Cohen reports, the city is using computer mapping to help it better target, test, and treat its residents.   William Lowe is standing outside a homeless shelter near...

    03.10.2012

    Play

    yourpublicmedia.org radio podcast yourpublicmedia.org

    03.10.2012

  • Democrats Fight, Smaller Parties Seek To Gain

    Democrats Fight, Smaller Parties Seek To Gain MP3

      In Hartford, Pedro Segarra is running for mayor, and his name is on the ballot twice.  One of the Segarra's Democratic opponents says the mayor's dual endorsement violates local party rules and he wants the state party to intervene. But as WNPR's Jeff Cohen reports, the dispute is also about who gets to play second political fiddle.    Hartford is dominated by Democrats. That mean...

    24.10.2011

    Play

    yourpublicmedia.org radio podcast yourpublicmedia.org

    24.10.2011

  • State: Four Hartford Magnet Schools Don't Enroll Enough White Students

    State: Four Hartford Magnet Schools Don't Enroll Enough White Students MP3

      Last week, Education Commissioner Mark McQuillan told Hartford’s educators that not enough of its students were being educated in diverse schools.  This week, he backed it up -- sending a warning letter to the Hartford schools.  WNPR’s Jeff Cohen reports.   The state says the city has to do more to bring white suburban students to Hartford, both to keep getting its magnet school s...

    14.12.2010

    Play

    yourpublicmedia.org radio podcast yourpublicmedia.org

    14.12.2010

  • Morning Edition: DeLauro Fights Cuts

    Morning Edition: DeLauro Fights Cuts MP3

    With Republicans in the US House of Representatives promising to significantly cut federal spending, House Democrats will have to fight for some of their most cherished federal programs.  And Connecticut Congresswoman Rosa DeLauro will be on the front lines of that battle. The Connecticut Mirror's Washington Correspondent, Deirdre Shesgreen, reports.

    01.02.2011

    Play

    yourpublicmedia.org radio podcast yourpublicmedia.org

    01.02.2011

  • Judge Won't Immediately Rule In AG Election

    Judge Won't Immediately Rule In AG Election MP3

      A state court judge said she would not immediately rule on the lawsuit brought by Republican Martha Dean that tries to disqualify Democrat George Jepsen from the race for attorney general. WNPR's Jeff Cohen reports.   Dean filed suit earlier this week claiming that Jepsen didn’t have the required legal experience to serve as attorney general.  Jepsen has called the suit frivolous....

    29.10.2010

    Play

    yourpublicmedia.org radio podcast yourpublicmedia.org

    29.10.2010

For a better experience please download Adobe Flash Player from http://get.adobe.com/flashplayer

Close

You can skip this ad in 6 seconds