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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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  • To balance budgets, governors seek higher education cuts

    WASHINGTON Governors in nearly a half-dozen states want to cut state spending on colleges and universities to help close budget shortfalls, often sparking vehement opposition among state lawmakers of both parties. Republican governors in Arizona, Kansas,...
  • Package Store Owners Versus Liquor Superstore In Battle Of Lobbyists

    Package Store Owners Versus Liquor Superstore In Battle Of Lobbyists
    MANCHESTER — It's the sort of place wine and beer enthusiasts dream about and package stores have nightmares over: A big-box booze behemoth offering thousands of different brands, including some you can find nowhere else. Total Wines & More opened...
  • Four Magic Years As Malloy's Commissioner Nearly Tripled Ex-Legislator's Pension

    Four Magic Years As Malloy's Commissioner Nearly Tripled Ex-Legislator's Pension
    It's a fine thing to be appointed by the governor as head of a state agency, because you can expect to serve four years or more at an annual salary typically from $130,000 to $180,000. But it's finer still if, prior to being appointed, you've already...
  • Malloy's Liquor Rule Proposals

    Malloy's Liquor Rule Proposals
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has proposed several revisions to Connecticut's liquor laws: •Change the way state law sets a minimum price for a bottle of wine, beer or other alcoholic beverage. The change would reflect the actual cost paid per bottle by...
  • Malloy Cut Nicks Veterans' Funeral Honors

    Malloy Cut Nicks Veterans' Funeral Honors
    The mask on the Malloy administration has slipped again. What an ugly face it revealed. How could it be otherwise when Gov. Dannel P. Malloy whacked $469,533 out of the state budget for Connecticut Honor Guard members to attend military funerals. The...
  • Fish Hatcheries Funding Bill Clears Environment Committee

    Fish Hatcheries Funding Bill Clears Environment Committee
    HARTFORD – Legislation aimed at preventing the closure of any of Connecticut’s fish hatcheries and to find new ways to pay for state recreational fishing program got a boost this week from the General Assembly’s Environment Committee....
  • GOP Calls Malloy's Approach to the State Budget "Childish; Malloy Aide Slams Back

    GOP Calls Malloy's Approach to the State Budget "Childish; Malloy Aide Slams Back
    Republican leaders in the General Assembly criticized Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget proposal Thursday, saying it would hurt the state's neediest citizens. "The cuts...made to social service programs and [the Department of Children and...
  • Newington Residents Protest Councilman's Support Of Transit Bill

    NEWINGTON — A group of residents strongly criticized Councilman Terry Borjeson this week for testifying in favor of legislation that would create a quasi-public agency to promote development around transit stations. Officials from several...
  • Rep. Vargas Not Giving Up on Marijuana Legalization Bill

    Rep. Edwin Vargas is not giving up on his drive to legalize marijuana for recreational use in Connecticut. House Bill 6473, which was proposed by Vargas earlier this year, has yet to receive a public hearing. But Vargas said he approached the subject...
  • DOT Chief Pitches 30-Year Transportation Improvement Plan

    DOT Chief Pitches 30-Year Transportation Improvement Plan
    HARTFORD — A long-term overhaul of the state's transportation network would cut air pollution and save time for commuters, but perhaps more importantly would help shore up Connecticut's economy, Transportation Commissioner James Redeker told...
  • Windsor Board Of Ed Readies For Expanded Preschool Program

    WINDSOR — Pending approval from the town council, the Windsor Board of Education expects to be up and running in September with an expanded preschool program. The board, by a 5-4 vote, recently approved moving forward with a plan to create four...