The Stan Simpson Show: Education Reform, Human Trafficking, Jazz Band

In the first segment, parents advocate Gwen Samuel, Achieve Hartford executive director Paul Holzer and Hartford State Rep. Douglas McCroy comment on whether Connecticut is reneging on its commitment for education reforms.

Next, author Raymond Bechard and Deacon Arthur Miller discuss the rampant sex trade on the Berlin Turnpike and proposals to make human trafficking a more punitive punishment.

Finally, Doug Long, Ramon Santiago, and Marco Ocasio of Orq. Espada, a salsa jazz band, talk about their new CD “On the Cutting Edge.”

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