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Dan Malloy

Dan Malloy
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011.
Governor Dannel Malloy (D) is the 88th governor of Connecticut. Malloy was mayor of Stamford, Conn from 1995 until 2009 before being elected governor. Malloy took office in January 2011. « Show less

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  • As Finances Deteriorate, Legislators And Tribes Scramble

    As Finances Deteriorate, Legislators And Tribes Scramble
    We are in the high season of bad ideas at the state legislature. It's worse than usual this year because state leaders are struggling to find enough money to pay for the programs they want to fund. The enormous 2011 tax increase that was supposed to...
  • Malloy Seeks $2M Extra For School Diversionary Program

    Malloy Seeks $2M Extra For School Diversionary Program
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Monday said his "Second Chance Society" plan to change how the state treats low-level crimes would include more funding to steer students toward counseling and away from juvenile detention. Malloy's proposal,...
  • Senate Approves New Banking, Veterans Commissioners

    The state Senate unanimously approved nominations Wednesday for the new commissioners of banking and veterans affairs in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration. Senators voted in favor of Jorge L. Perez, a prominent politician in New Haven, as the next...
  • State's Computer Security Requires Vigilant Defense

    State's Computer Security Requires Vigilant Defense
    If cybersecurity concerns are not on a list of urgent issues that Connecticut residents and legislators are thinking about, they should be. Hackers are constantly writing computer viruses and other forms of malware with the goals of disrupting our power...
  • Connecticut Needs Transit Corridor Authority

    Connecticut Needs Transit Corridor Authority
    If transportation is not connected to land use, the result can be wastes of public resources such as bridges to nowhere. But making that connection can produce the kind of development the state dearly needs. That's why — now that the bill has been...
  • Don't Cut Student Aid For Private Colleges Alone

    Don't Cut Student Aid For Private Colleges Alone
    Unfair. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget would cut scholarships to needy Connecticut students at private colleges and universities in the state. The Connecticut Governor's Scholarships, however, will continue to go to students at public...
  • Malloy: I-84 Viaduct Replacement Is Overdue

    Malloy: I-84 Viaduct Replacement Is Overdue
    HARTFORD — Rebuilding the elevated stretch of I-84 through the city is one of the most important jobs on Connecticut's list of overdue transportation projects, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday. The state is spending in the range of $10 million...
  • Among Most Prolific Drug Prescribers In U.S., CT Nurse Surrenders Licenses

    A Derby nurse practitioner whose prolific prescribing of potent narcotics was the subject of a February story by C-HIT has surrendered her state and federal licenses to prescribe controlled substances and is the subject of an "open investigation" by the...
  • Malloy Lifts Ban On State-Funded Travel To Indiana

    Malloy Lifts Ban On State-Funded Travel To Indiana
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Saturday that he was lifting the ban on state-funded travel between Connecticut and Indiana. The announcement comes after Indiana's passage of an amended Religious Freedom Recognition Act last week. The adjusted...
  • Lender: Battle Escalates Over Pro-Malloy Mailings, 'Investigatory Subpoena' Authorized

    Lender: Battle Escalates Over Pro-Malloy Mailings, 'Investigatory Subpoena' Authorized
    Many controversies that break out during political campaigns aren't resolved until after the election, but they often calm down in ensuing months as lawyers and regulators sort out the facts and issues. It's just the opposite, though, with the State...
  • Malloy Lauds CT Culture But Gives Short Shrift To Support

    Malloy Lauds CT Culture But Gives Short Shrift To Support
    Six weeks ago, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy entered the Great Hall of the Connecticut General Assembly to deliver his biennial budget to lawmakers. Rhetorically, it was an excellent speech, full of lofty language and pleasing political platitudes. In practice,...