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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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  • Funds Restored To Intellectual-Disability Programs; Overtime Cut In State Institutions

    Funds Restored To Intellectual-Disability Programs; Overtime Cut In State Institutions
    HARTFORD – Lawmakers have restored millions of dollars to key programs serving people with intellectual disabilities and have cut overtime by $10 million over two years for state workers at institutions, where high operating costs have drawn...
  • Tolls, Taxes May Fund Connecticut Transportation Overhaul

    Tolls, Taxes May Fund Connecticut Transportation Overhaul
    HARTFORD — Highway tolls, private-sector sponsorships and asset sales were some of the early ideas discussed Tuesday as possible ways to help pay for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $100 billion, 30-year overhaul of Connecticut's transportation...
  • Malloy's First Veto Protects Board of Regents' Authority

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's first veto of the 2015 session preserves the authority of the Board of Regents for Higher Education to make decisions about closing college campuses. In a message delivered Monday, the governor vetoed a bill that would have...
  • Malloy hopes Connecticut police watching Baltimore unrest

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he hopes local police in Connecticut are watching the unrest in Baltimore to make sure the same thing doesn't happen here. The Democratic governor was asked Tuesday whether anything is being done in Connecticut to prevent a...
  • Metro-North's New Haven Line Breaks Ridership Record

    Metro-North's New Haven Line Breaks Ridership Record
    NEW HAVEN — With a 1.6 percent gain over 2013, Metro-North's New Haven line carried more riders in 2014 than in any year of its history, the railroad reported Monday. Fairfield County riders going to Manhattan jobs are still the largest single...
  • Committee Eliminates Money For New Charter Schools

    Committee Eliminates Money For New Charter Schools
    HARTFORD — The legislature's appropriations committee offered a version of the state budget Monday that brought mixed news for students, ranging from the inclusion of funding for extended-day programs in the neediest school districts and...
  • Committee Votes To Alter Spending Cap, Restores Some Cuts In State Budget

    Committee Votes To Alter Spending Cap, Restores Some Cuts In State Budget
    HARTFORD — The legislature's appropriations committee approved a budget Monday that, by using a new definition of the state's mandatory spending cap, allowed it to restore millions to popular programs that had been cut under the governor's...
  • Legislative budget restoring cuts clears Connecticut panel

    Democrats in the Connecticut General Assembly rebuffed many of the Democratic governor's proposed spending cuts on Monday, approving an alternative plan that fully or partially restores reductions to budget items ranging from mental health care grants...
  • Malloy vetoes Meriden community college anti-closure bill

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has vetoed a bill that would have blocked the Connecticut Board of Regents for Higher Education from closing any campus or manufacturing programs without legislative approval. The Democrat on Monday called such changes to the board'...
  • Gov. Malloy Vetoes Bill, Saying It Introduces "Inappropriate Changes"

    Gov. Malloy Vetoes Bill, Saying It Introduces "Inappropriate Changes"
    Gov. Dannel Malloy has vetoed a senate bill that would require legislative approval before the state Board of Regents closed college campuses or manufacturing programs, his first veto of the 2015 legislative session. In his veto message, Malloy said...
  • State Farmers Say New Food Safety Rules Will Be Costly

    State Farmers Say New Food Safety Rules Will Be Costly
    New federal food safety rules designed to protect consumers from vomit-inducing illnesses could have the unintended consequence of driving some Connecticut farmers out of business, agricultural experts say. Connecticut's dwindling number of commercial...