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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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  • Efforts Brewing To Bolster State's First-In-Nation Paid Sick Days Law

    Efforts Brewing To Bolster State's First-In-Nation Paid Sick Days Law
    HARTFORD — More than three years after Connecticut passed the nation's first state law mandating paid sick days, advocates are pressing for a sweeping expansion of the landmark legislation. "We were the first and now we have the worst law in the...
  • Malloy Stays On Message About Transportation Improvements

    Malloy Stays On Message About Transportation Improvements
    NEW HAVEN — The state is spending nearly $2 billion for the massive reconstruction of the Quinnipiac River bridge here, but Gov. Dannel P. Malloy came to the city Tuesday to promote much smaller projects — improving bicycle and pedestrian...
  • College Access Plans Leave Undocumented Students Behind

    College Access Plans Leave Undocumented Students Behind
    We were pleased to hear about President Barack Obama's America's College Promise proposal that would allow eligible students to attend two years of community college for free. We cannot ignore, however, the gap that still exists for undocumented...
  • Keep Tolls Off Existing Connecticut Highways

    Keep Tolls Off Existing Connecticut Highways
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is right to make transportation the priority of his second term. Our state will benefit from establishing a plan for repairing and expanding our transportation system and designating sustainable, adequate, un-divertible funding...
  • State Panel Advises 'Fix It First' Approach on Transportation

    State Panel Advises 'Fix It First' Approach on Transportation
    Connecticut should make a few targeted improvements in transit bus service, but should focus its transportation dollars mainly on shoring up existing highways and transit systems rather than initiate new projects, a report recommends. For too many...
  • Plainfield Shakes While Capitol Rumbles

    Plainfield Shakes While Capitol Rumbles
    When I was a boy and there were earthquakes, my grandmother would come into my bedroom to comfort me. "Don't you worry, sonny boy," she would say, sitting on the edge of my bed in the darkness. "An earthquake is just God sending an angel down to shake...
  • Waterbury Hospital To Cut Workforce By 80 Full-Time Jobs

    Waterbury Hospital To Cut Workforce By 80 Full-Time Jobs
    Waterbury Hospital had warned for weeks that layoffs were imminent after a deal fell through to sell the ailing hospital to a Texas chain, and, on Thursday, gave a first glimpse of its plans to cut costs. The hospital said it will reduce its workforce...
  • Income Tax Collections Expected To Increase; Deficit Still Projected

    Income Tax Collections Expected To Increase; Deficit Still Projected
    HARTFORD — The state income tax will generate nearly $500 million more next year as the Connecticut economy continues to slowly improve, according to the latest consensus revenue estimates released Thursday. The estimates, which are required by...
  • Fine Print On State Raises Goes Too Far

    Fine Print On State Raises Goes Too Far
    No one begrudges decent pay for outstanding performance. But the Malloy administration went beyond decent raises to making excessive pay hikes a regular thing for political appointees no matter how they perform. Raises for about 200 gubernatorial...
  • Bronin To Challenge Segarra In Hartford

    Bronin To Challenge Segarra In Hartford
    HARTFORD — A former aide to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy emerged Wednesday as the first formal challenger to Mayor Pedro Segarra. Luke Bronin, who until recently served as Malloy's general counsel, has filed papers to form a candidate committee in pursuit...
  • Malloy Fights Ernie Newton Subpoena In Trial

    Malloy Fights Ernie Newton Subpoena In Trial
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is fighting a subpoena in the criminal trial of former Democratic Senator Ernie Newton, saying he does not have the information Newton is seeking. Arguments are scheduled Monday in state Superior Court in Hartford on the state's...