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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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  • Coming This Fall: State Tax Amnesty, With A Twist

    Buried in the state budget that takes effect Monday is a tax amnesty program that will give delinquent personal and business taxpayers a 2-month window to lower their interest payments and avoid prosecution. If you owe a tax dating back to last November...
  • L.I. Sound Cleanup Highlights Green Legislative Push

    With so much attention paid to gun safety and the budget, not much was heard about the environment in the 2013 session of the General Assembly. Much of what was in the news centered on a somewhat arcane debate whether the state weakened its commitment...
  • We've Got Issues, But Connecticut's Not Texas

    On Wednesday, the rainbow gay pride flag flew at the governor's residence by order Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. The flagpole is shaped like a lower case "t" with the American flag at the top. The gay flag flew from one end of the lower crosspiece. On the...
  • Whitehead's Only Flight Was One Of Fancy

    The General Assembly passed and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy recently signed a bill honoring the "first powered flight" by Gustave Whitehead, rather than Orville and Wilbur Wright. The flight is pure fiction, not fact. It was born in the imagination of Richard...
  • New Train Service Beats Beach Traffic

    It's disheartening, on a summer Sunday evening in Southeastern Connecticut, to see I-95 jammed with cars, a fuming swath of barely perceptible movement, while the railroad tracks along the shore are all but empty. For those stuck in their cars, it is...
  • The Free Speech Case of a Connecticut Driver Who Cursed at Cops at Lawmakers

    The Free Speech Case of a Connecticut Driver Who Cursed at Cops at Lawmakers
    It's one of those things you can't make up: "Liberty" is really the name of the little town in the Catskills where a young Connecticut dude got busted for exercising his constitutional rights to free speech. His case has led to a federal court challenge...
  • Gov. Malloy Enacts a Partial Ban on Pesticides, But It May Be Too Late For Connecticut Lobsters

    Gov. Malloy Enacts a Partial Ban on Pesticides, But It May Be Too Late For Connecticut Lobsters
    Stopping West Nile virus by killing baby mosquitoes, or saving Long Island Sound’s vanishing lobsters. It’s a debate that’s been going on for more than a decade and the pro-lobster brigade has finally won. Sort of. Some say it’...
  • CT's DNA Database: Some Officials Want State to Gather Genetic Evidence From Suspected Criminals

    CT's DNA Database: Some Officials Want State to Gather Genetic Evidence From Suspected Criminals
    Lately, federal and state courts have been coming down hard on the side of criminal case DNA testing. According to a recent U.S. Supreme Court ruling, you don't even have to be convicted of anything to have a DNA swab taken. All the cops need is to...
  • Ruling Ties State's Hands On Union-Only Layoffs

    A court victory for 2,800 state employees laid off in 2003 will cost Connecticut taxpayers dearly. The federal appeals court ruling will impose a big burden on any governor trying to negotiate with unions to ease a financial crisis. Under the ruling, a...
  • Making Connecticut Greener Pasture For Business

    Poachers from other states have long come hunting for Connecticut businesses. Competition among cities and states for jobs, capital and talent is nothing new, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry introduced some swagger into his pursuit of our businesses with the...
  • 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...