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  • Bond Commission Approves Jackson Lab Funding

    Bond Commission Approves Jackson Lab Funding
    The State Bond Commission granted final approval to spend $291 million for Jackson Laboratory to construct a new building and create 300 new bioscience jobs on the University of Connecticut Health Center campus in Farmington. The commission voted 8 to...
  • State Legislature: 2012 Session Opens With Malloy Proposing Education Reform, Pension Funding Changes

    State Legislature: 2012 Session Opens With Malloy Proposing Education Reform, Pension Funding Changes
    HARTFORD — Gov.Dannel P. Malloyopened the 2012 legislative session Wednesday with plans for education reform, pension funding changes and the largest increase in funding for affordable housing since Gov. William A. O'Neill was in office more than 20...
  • Oh Governor! Malloy Whacks Public Colleges and Universities again.

    Still reeling from the deepest budget cuts in Connecticut history, Governor Malloy has targeted UConn, CSU and the state’s community colleges for another $8 million in cuts. The $135 million in additional budget cuts that OPM Secretary Barnes...
  • State Must Roll Up Sleeves To Help Create Jobs

    State Must Roll Up Sleeves To Help Create Jobs
    Editor's Note: With no net job creation here in two decades, Connecticut needs jobs. Our editorial and five other views on this page offer thoughts on getting people back to work. We'd like to hear what you think is the key to creating jobs as well: Email...
  • Richard Grossman: Building Infrastructure Helps In Short And Long Term

    One of the best ways to create jobs in Connecticut is through the promotion of infrastructure projects that will provide jobs while underway and contribute to our long-term competitiveness once completed. A bill signed into law by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy...
  • Malloy Holding Jobs Summit Thursday In Hartford

    Governor Dannel Malloy will be hosting a day-long jobs summit Thursday, coming on the heels of his statewide jobs tour that brought him to 70 events around the state. Ever since taking office, Malloy has declared that "Connecticut is open for business.''...
  • Jobs Summit: North Carolina Model Could Help Connecticut

    Be like North Carolina. That theme came up Thursday at Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s jobs summit when leaders discussed which road Connecticut should take after 22 years of no net job growth. A Moody's forecaster said that North Carolina made the right...
  • Senators Gary LeBeau, Rob Kane On "The Real Story'' on Sunday

    Two state senators are among the guests on Sunday on "The Real Story'' on FOX CT. Sen. Gary LeBeau of East Hartford and Sen. Rob Kane of Watertown will be speaking about the upcoming special legislative session on jobs on October 26 at the state Capitol....
  • Two Governors, Two Styles: Tax Increases In Connecticut, Tax Cuts In Nebraska

    In Nebraska, Republican Gov. Dave Heineman enacted the biggest tax cut in state history, and the state's unemployment rate of 4.2 percent is now the second lowest in the nation. In Connecticut, Democratic Gov. Dannel Malloy enacted the largest tax...
  • Accusations of discrimination at UConn Health Center prison medical program

    Two women employees of the University of Connecticut Health Center’s $90-million-a-year prison medical program claim they were punished for cooperating in a sexual harassment investigation of their boss. Other workers in the correctional health...
  • More lawsuits on the way against UConn Health Center's prison medical program

    More sexual harassment and discrimination lawsuits against the UConn Health Center’s prison medical program are on the way, according to this followup story in the Hartford Courant. The Advocate newspapers reported last week that a bunch of suits...