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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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  • Malloy Appeasing Companies At Expense Of Disabled Community, Advocates Charge

    Malloy Appeasing Companies At Expense Of Disabled Community, Advocates Charge
    HARTFORD – Advocates and families of people with intellectual and mental-health disabilities lashed out Tuesday at Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $223 million budget cut, saying he was placating big companies and trying to balance the budget on...
  • State Democrats Defy Investigative Subpoena

    State Democrats Defy Investigative Subpoena
    Setting up a potential court confrontation, the state's Democratic Party has served notice that it won't comply with a subpoena to provide documents and internal communications involving Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's re-election campaign to the State...
  • Crisis In Connecticut? Business Group Pushes For Changes To State Budget

    Crisis In Connecticut? Business Group Pushes For Changes To State Budget
    Last week, some of the state's largest corporations roared loudly as the details of a two-year budget passed by the General Assembly came into view. In an effort to balance the state budget, the legislature needed more revenue — and while it went to...
  • Malloy wants to scale back some proposed tax changes

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday called on lawmakers to scale back some of the tax increases his administration helped negotiate in a new state budget that prompted some major employers, including General Electric Co., to discuss moving out of Connecticut....
  • Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform

    Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform
    HARTFORD — On the heels of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed adjustments to the state budget — including potential cuts in state aid for municipalities — Democratic legislative leaders and mayors from throughout the state gathered at...
  • At 25-Year Mark, ShoreLine East is Growing

    At 25-Year Mark, ShoreLine East is Growing
    NEW HAVEN — When ShoreLine East trains started rolling 25 years ago, it was a little-used service that made just 11 trips a day, went no farther east than Old Saybrook and shut down on weekends. Today, the line runs seven days a week, operating 21...
  • Malloy's Changes: A Better Budget, A Hidden Benefit And Utter Chaos

    Malloy's Changes: A Better Budget, A Hidden Benefit And Utter Chaos
    Among the budget changes proposed Friday by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy was a measure to erase a tax hike that would have significantly hurt the Connecticut economy. We're talking about the computer services and data processing tax, which Malloy is now saying...
  • Malloy Dials Back A Bit On Taxes, Spending

    Well, it's a step. The tax and spending compromises that Gov. Dannel P. Malloy offered Friday may not stop General Electric from looking for a more welcoming state to move to. But they show that GE's loud objections were heard. The governor would roll...
  • Joe Scarborough: I'm Staying, But Will GE?

    Joe Scarborough: I'm Staying, But Will GE?
    By now you've probably heard that Connecticut is closed for business, that half our residents want to leave and the Nutmeg State's biggest job creators are considering getting out as well. Hard numbers underline the hard truth that state politicians may...
  • Editorials from around New England

    Excerpts of recent editorials of statewide and national interest from New England newspapers: The Salem News (Mass.), June 11, 2015 Free trade agreements are generally beneficial to the American economy, and we have supported such agreements in the...
  • Evidence-Destruction Issue Stalls School-Funding Case That Could Cost Taxpayers Billions

    Evidence-Destruction Issue Stalls School-Funding Case That Could Cost Taxpayers Billions
    A decade-old lawsuit that could cost taxpayers billions for alleged injustices in school funding drags on, amid continued claims by the attorney general's office that the plaintiffs — a coalition of municipal officials and education advocates...