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Dannel Malloy

Dannel 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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  • Crime & Punishment: Drunk Woman Discharges Can of Bear Repellant in Hotel

    Crime & Punishment: Drunk Woman Discharges Can of Bear Repellant in Hotel
    Last year, Operation Bloodline, a joint effort between local cops and federal agents, led to the arrests of 105 people allegedly involved in the crack-selling operation of New Haven street gangs. The sting has been credited with reducing the area's murder...
  • The GOP Gun Control Tightrope, With Hard-liners at One End and Moderate Voters at the Other

    If anyone’s wondering why GOP lawmakers in this day and age are so reluctant to vote for what most Americans consider sensible gun control, consider what’s happening in this moderate state of ours, home of the Newtown gun massacre. Down in...
  • New Gun Law Exposes State GOP Divide

    The historic votes on gun control during the last few weeks — in the General Assembly and in the U.S. Senate — have exposed deep fissures among Connecticut Republicans strugging to define their moderate brand of politics. Some Republicans...
  • State Should Make Ambitious UConn Investment

    State Should Make Ambitious UConn Investment
    Connecticut has long been generous with its flagship university, and the love has been returned in increasing prestige, a smarter student body and more research dollars coming in. Now comes Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal that the state borrow $1.5...
  • Fashion, Function Spell Success For Cancer Survivor

     Fashion, Function Spell Success For Cancer Survivor
    A glance at Susan Callison's outfit shows nothing out of the ordinary other than black sleeves that could easily be her style statement, and a sort of half-glove that wraps around her right thumb. In fact, much of her body is wrapped in compression...
  • State Fires Worker Who Showed Lanza's Body To Her Husband At Morgue

    State Fires Worker Who Showed Lanza's Body To Her Husband At Morgue
    Connecticut's chief medical examiner has fired a state employee who let her husband view the body of mass killer Adam Lanza in the morgue two days after the Dec. 14 Newtown school massacre, The Courant has learned. The employee, Jean Henry, was...
  • Connecticut Must Get Costs Under Control

    It's time to put Connecticut back to work, to get our economy moving in the right direction and create the good jobs the state's unemployed and young people desperately need. We are one of only two states with no significant job growth in the past 20...
  • Summer Pre-K Program Shows Great Promise

    A hallmark of President Barack Obama's recently released early childhood education plan is federal funding to expand pre-kindergarten for low- and moderate-income children, with mandates for state-regulated quality control and continuous program...
  • State Must Benchmark Human Services Programs

    Connecticut is a generous state. It spends billions on human services for the poor, the sick and the elderly. It's going to spend even more in the next 30 years as the number of retirees here doubles. So now would be a good time for the state to...
  • Democrats Reopen Special Interest Money Spigot

    Only eight years ago, Democratic legislators were patting themselves on the backs for enacting the strongest campaign finance laws in the country — reforms that created a firewall between lobbyists, state contractors and state politicians and...
  • Conniving Legislators Sneaked Keno Into Law

    Can we talk about keno? I can't tell whether I'm just getting older and crankier or whether this is the most lowdown, sneaky, thief-in-the-night edition of the General Assembly I've ever seen. The Democrats who run the joint lost a seat this week in a...