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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: New Federal Tribal Recognition Rules 'Big Victory' For State

    Malloy: New Federal Tribal Recognition Rules 'Big Victory' For State
    HARTFORD — New federal rules issued Monday amount to a "big victory" for Connecticut in its battle to prevent three state tribes from gaining federal recognition and the right to open casinos, according to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. Malloy and...
  • Connecticut officials praise changes on tribal recognition

    Connecticut's top elected leaders are declaring victory in their efforts to see that it does not become easier for local American Indian tribes to obtain federal recognition. President Barack Obama's administration on Monday issued changes to regulations...
  • Restore State Watchdogs' Independence

    Restore State Watchdogs' Independence
    It won't be easy to undo Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's first-term agglomeration of state government's nine formerly stand-alone "watchdog" agencies. He made them into a mishmash called the Office of Governmental Accountability, robbing them of the...
  • Don't Let State Budget Deal Be Done In The Dark

    Don't Let State Budget Deal Be Done In The Dark
    Two values — transparency and fairness — ought to prevail as lawmakers meet in special session Monday to put the finishing touches on the two-year, $40 billion state budget that takes effect July 1. Legislators have already been caucusing...
  • Researchers Moving To Cambridge As Bristol-Myers Squibb Reduces Staff In Wallingford

    Researchers Moving To Cambridge As Bristol-Myers Squibb Reduces Staff In Wallingford
    Bristol-Myers Squibb is opening an office in the Kendall Square section of Cambridge, Mass., the red-hot center of biotech research, and like fellow pharmaceutical giant Pfizer, is reducing its presence in Connecticut as a result. The New Jersey-based...
  • Connecticut Politicians Applaud Supreme Court Decision On Obamacare

    Connecticut Politicians Applaud Supreme Court Decision On Obamacare
    State officials and Connecticut's congressional delegation praised the U.S. Supreme Court's decision Thursday to uphold an essential aspect of the Affordable Care Act. Members of the delegation, all Democrats, took to the Senate floor, MSNBC and to...
  • For State University System, Wait For Final Budget 'Like Watching A Pingpong Match'

    For State University System, Wait For Final Budget 'Like Watching A Pingpong Match'
    The finance committee of the Board of Regents for Higher Education's approved a $1.2 billion budget Tuesday, but it could well change next week. "Frankly, I think the uncertainty is more of a struggle than anything," said Erika Steiner, the regents'...
  • Elections Agency Votes To Enforce Subpoena On Democrats

    Elections Agency Votes To Enforce Subpoena On Democrats
    HARTFORD — The State Elections Enforcement Commission decided Thursday to take legal action against the state Democratic Party over its refusal to comply with a May 29 subpoena for documents and internal communications concerning the 2014 re-...
  • Florida Gov. Rick Scott recruiting Connecticut businesses

     Florida Gov. Rick Scott recruiting Connecticut businesses
    HARTFORD — Florida Gov. Rick Scott came to the capital city Thursday night on a two-day tour to lure companies to his home state, saying Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the legislature have made it easier for him by raising taxes here. Scott...
  • Two Key Unions Urge No State Budget Reductions

    Two Key Unions Urge No State Budget Reductions
    NEW BRITAIN — Instead of cutting services to balance the new budget, state government should boost taxes on the rich or stand firm in forcing major corporations to pay more, two major unions said at a small labor rally Thursday. Profitable...
  • Mistrust At Capitol Imperils Budget Fixes

    Mistrust At Capitol Imperils Budget Fixes
    The legislature can usually exhale when it passes a budget. It's primary job is done, though some cleanup tasks remain. In most years, the governor signs the budget and all that's left is to pay for what's spent. This year's state budget process is...