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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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  • 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...
  • Conniving Legislators Sneaked Keno Into Law

    Can we talk about keno? I can't tell whether I'm just getting older and crankier or whether this is the most lowdown, sneaky, thief-in-the-night edition of the General Assembly I've ever seen. The Democrats who run the joint lost a seat this week in a...
  • Assessing Lawmakers' Wisdom As Connecticut Faces Economic Shock

    State Sen. Tony Guglielmo, arguably the most liberal Republican lawmaker in Connecticut, often supports raises in the minimum wage but voted against the hike this year. It just didn't seem like the right time, he said, echoing most of the GOP. The...
  • As Texas Plans A Connecticut Raid, Smugness Won't Work For Rick Perry

    As Texas Plans A Connecticut Raid, Smugness Won't Work For Rick Perry
    Governors visit businesses in other states all the time, usually in low-key meetings that aren't publicized. But that's not how they roll in Texas, and Gov. Rick Perry is letting everyone know he's on his way to New York and Connecticut next week to...
  • Home Insurance Bill Protects Against Dropped Coverage After Loss From Catastrophe

    A bill awaiting Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's signature would make it illegal for home insurers to decline or cancel coverage — or refuse to renew a policy — based solely on losses from a tropical storm or other catastrophe. Malloy supports the...
  • Malloy Signs Bill To Withhold Homicide Photos, Other Records, After Newtown

    Malloy Signs Bill To Withhold Homicide Photos, Other Records, After Newtown
    The state Senate and House, after short debates, voted overwhelmingly early Wednesday to approve a bill blocking public disclosure of photos of homicide victims and some other records in reaction to the Newtown school massacre. The Senate took up the...
  • Keno Should Come With More Help For Gambling Addiction

    Connecticut can't stop its addiction to gambling. The legislature is adding keno to a mix that includes lotteries, scratch games and off-track betting, not to mention the many offerings of mega-casinos Foxwoods and the Mohegan Sun. Though this page...
  • Stop Pilfering Funds For Roads, Bridges

    The roads and bridges that most of us use each day are not free. They have to be repaired and maintained, and this costs a lot of money. Nearly three decades ago, following the collapse of the Mianus River bridge on I-95 in Greenwich, state officials...
  • Monsanto and Malloy: Big Foods Wins a Compromise on GMOs

    If you were to come up with a lobbying Dream Team to defend genetically modified organisms (GMOs) against hordes of foodie reformers, it would probably look a lot like the one that's been operating for months at our state Capitol. And apparently...
  • Do This State's New Pro-Immigration Rules Make Connecticut the "Anti-Arizona?"

    In less than a week, Connecticut effectively gave U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (and the Obama Administration) a slap in the face and then backhanded them for good measure. The first hit was the General Assembly’s approval of allowing...
  • In The End, A Disappointing Session At The Capitol

    In The End, A Disappointing Session At The Capitol
    It started on a somber high note, as an elegy to those lost in the Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. The General Assembly's competent bipartisan work in the first half of its 2013 session to craft tough but appropriate gun control and school safety...