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  • NU's Malloy Fundraising Isn't Right

    In what The Courant called the biggest pay-to-play controversy of the current gubernatorial campaign, we at Connecticut Energy Marketers Association have a lot to say about the probe [Aug. 28, Connecticut, "Agency Again Takes No Action In Case Of CEO's...
  • The Shifting Dynamics Of The Governor's Race

    The Shifting Dynamics Of The Governor's Race
    Four years ago, Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy eked out a narrow win over Republican Tom Foley — and in that same race, a third-party conservative candidate took 11/2 percent of the votes, nearly three times Malloy's margin of victory. Tom...
  • California has been well served by departing Steinberg and Pérez

    Darrell Steinberg (D-Sacramento) will remain California Senate president pro tem for another month and a half, but for all practical purposes the end of the legislative session at midnight Sunday brings a conclusion to his six-year leadership of state...
  • State lawmakers stay up late to pass paid sick days measure

    In one of the final acts of the 2014 lawmaking year, the Legislature early Saturday morning voted to significantly expand working Californians' access to paid time off for illness. The lawmakers sent Gov. Jerry Brown a bill that would require most...
  • UK's Cameron 'delighted' with new EU chief's reform pledge

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - British Prime Minister David Cameron said he was "delighted" with a promise from Polish premier Donald Tusk, newly elected to a top European Union post, to address his demands for reforming the EU to keep Britain in the bloc. Two...
  • In state Capitol, intransigence gives way to bipartisan deal-making

    It was past dark when a contingent of Republican senators filed into Gov. Jerry Brown's Capitol office as the deadline loomed for a plan to overhaul California's aging water system. A final deal was still elusive, and the Democratic governor needed...
  • Politics as Usual

    Politics as Usual
    Corbett campaign rips F&M pollster on Twitter For the better part of a year, four different polls have shown Republican Gov. Tom Corbett's approval rating at historic lows for an incumbent. Despite spending millions on campaign commercials this summer,...
  • Navy and Newport News Shipbuilding poised to honor John Warner

    Navy and Newport News Shipbuilding poised to honor John Warner
    Newport News Shipbuilding will christen the Navy's newest submarine Saturday in a ceremony that will more than mark a construction milestone. It will celebrate the legacy of retired U.S. Sen. John Warner, one of Virginia's most venerated leaders. Warner...
  • California lawmakers end session with bills on plastic bags, gun control

    SACRAMENTO Calif. (Reuters) - California's lawmakers ended a two-year session on Saturday with a package of bills that reflected deep disagreement over pressing issues including undocumented migrants, the social safety net and measures to cope with a...
  • Campaign manager for Kentucky's McConnell resigns, denies wrongdoing

    (Reuters) - The campaign manager for U.S. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, a Kentucky Republican locked in a tough re-election battle, resigned late Friday in fallout from a scandal stemming from his time with the 2012 Ron Paul presidential...
  • French prime minister, booed, hopes Socialists can bridge divides

    PARIS/LA ROCHELLE France (Reuters) - French Prime Minister Manuel Valls was jeered on Saturday on the way to his Socialist Party's end-of-summer gathering, where attacks on the government's pro-business economic policy highlighted an uncomfortable...