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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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  • Connecticut's 'One-Party Rule' Is A Myth

    Connecticut's 'One-Party Rule' Is A Myth
    This past election, I was confused by Republican calls to end "one-party rule" in the state legislature. The premise was that Republicans have no voice in the public policies that shape the lives of millions of Connecticut citizens. There was no media...
  • It's Messy When The State's Labor-Relations 'Terminator' Gets The Ax

    It's Messy When The State's Labor-Relations 'Terminator' Gets The Ax
    One of Linda J. Yelmini's jobs as the state's longtime director of labor relations has been to discipline or fire public employees charged with misconduct. She's able to quote personnel statutes like most people can recite the Pledge of Allegiance, and...
  • Reform Good For Immigrants And The Nation

    Reform Good For Immigrants And The Nation
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who pledged not to raise taxes, faces a $99 million deficit. He's cut spending but could use more non-tax revenue. One thing that would help him? Immigration reform. A 2013 study by the nonprofit Institute of Taxation and Economic...
  • Additional Steps Malloy Should Take to Reduce the Deficit

    Additional Steps Malloy Should Take to Reduce the Deficit
    As a public service we thought we might comb through the state budget ourselves looking for additional areas where Gov. Dannel Malloy can make cuts and adjustments to help reduce a projected deficit in the $100 million range. Some may ask, where did...
  • Republican governors prevail in big, bitterly fought races

    Republican governors prevail in big, bitterly fought races
    Republican governors triumphed in key races on Tuesday in the political heavyweight states of Florida, Michigan and Wisconsin, joining the partisan tide that gave Republicans control of the U.S. Senate. In races shaped by voters' worries about the...
  • Snow, Sleet And Rain Slow Holiday Travelers

    Snow, Sleet And Rain Slow Holiday Travelers
    The first substantial snowstorm of the season slowed travel Wednesday, one of the busiest travel days of the year, but some believe it could have been worse. The governor had urged people to avoid traveling on Wednesday as meteorologist predicted...
  • State Labor Relations Chief, Told She's Being Laid Off, Thinks She 'Made Someone Angry'

    State Labor Relations Chief, Told She's Being Laid Off, Thinks She 'Made Someone Angry'
    Linda J. Yelmini, the state's top labor-relations official, said Monday that she doesn't know why the Malloy administration informed her late last week that she is to be laid off – but she believes she must have “made someone angry.”...
  • State Labor Relations Chief Facing Layoff

    Linda J. Yelmini, the state's top labor relations official, said Monday that she doesn't know why the Malloy administration informed her late last week that she will be laid off, but believes she must have "made someone angry." Yelmini sent a memo Friday...
  • After Election Debacle, Future Of Registrars Debated

    After Election Debacle, Future Of Registrars Debated
    Strong criticism of Hartford's registrars of voters after Election Day, coming from a U.S. senator and Superior Court judge among others, is prompting state officials and legislators to consider giving the Secretary of the State's office more oversight...
  • HGLHC Hosts One Big Event Fundraiser

    HGLHC Hosts One Big Event Fundraiser
    When it comes to doing things big, you can't beat the Hartford Gay & Lesbian Health Collective's annual fundraiser. And on Saturday, the group delivered once again with its 12th annual One Big Event at the Connecticut Convention Center. The annual...
  • True Blue Connecticut — Right? What History And The Last Election Tell Us

    True Blue Connecticut — Right? What History And The Last Election Tell Us
    Democrats may have won every statewide office, re-won every U.S. House seat, and kept majorities in both houses of the state legislature in the last election. But the Nov. 4 results were not the inevitable outcome of a powerhouse of a state Democratic...