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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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  • The Tricky Business of Measuring Business Climate

    Forbes ranks Connecticut 36th among the states as a place to do business. Others peg it as low as 47th. On the plus side, Bloomberg places it fourth on its list of innovative states. And Connecticut ties for second-lowest business tax burden measured...
  • Social service advocates fear new Connecticut budget cuts

    Groups that provide behavioral health and development disability services, as well as the clients and their families, voiced concern Tuesday that cuts to community-based programs could be revisited to help scale back business tax increases criticized by...
  • Malloy Expected To Sign Data-Breach Bill Requiring One Year Of Identity-Theft Protection

    Malloy Expected To Sign Data-Breach Bill Requiring One Year Of Identity-Theft Protection
    In the wake of several major data breaches in recent years at The Home Depot, Target and Anthem, Connecticut's legislature has passed a bill that would provide greater consumer protections. One of the key provisions is at least one-year of identity-...
  • Bill On Variable Electric Rates Gets Final Legislative Approval

    Bill On Variable Electric Rates Gets Final Legislative Approval
    HARTFORD — Lawmakers on Wednesday gave final legislative approval to a bill that would ban power companies from signing up residents for electricity contracts with variable rates. The bill now goes to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who is expected to...
  • Connecticut's Economic Growth Not Keeping Up With U.S., New York, Massachusetts

    Connecticut's Economic Growth Not Keeping Up With U.S., New York, Massachusetts
    Well, at least GDP wasn't negative in Connecticut in 2014. New data were released Wednesday showing how the value of goods and services produced in the state grew last year, and it showed Connecticut badly lagging New York, Massachusetts and the nation...
  • Crisis In Connecticut? Business Group Pushes For Changes To State Budget

    Crisis In Connecticut? Business Group Pushes For Changes To State Budget
    Last week, some of the state's largest corporations roared loudly as the details of a two-year budget passed by the General Assembly came into view. In an effort to balance the state budget, the legislature needed more revenue — and while it went to...
  • Labor Secretary Advocates For Connecticut Paid Family Leave

    Labor Secretary Advocates For Connecticut Paid Family Leave
    NORTH BRANFORD — U.S. Secretary of Labor Tom Perez told advocates for a statewide disability insurance and paid family leave program that the bill will become law, even if it's not this year. Perez, who visited Connecticut Thursday to push for a...
  • State Launches Worker Training Fund For Manufacturers

    Days before he leaves for the aerospace industry's largest trade show, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced a new matching-grant program to train manufacturing workers in Connecticut. The quality of Connecticut's workforce is often noted by businesses as a...
  • Malloy wants to scale back some proposed tax changes

    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Friday called on lawmakers to scale back some of the tax increases his administration helped negotiate in a new state budget that prompted some major employers, including General Electric Co., to discuss moving out of Connecticut....
  • Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform

    Mayors Praise Proposed Property Tax Reform
    HARTFORD — On the heels of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed adjustments to the state budget — including potential cuts in state aid for municipalities — Democratic legislative leaders and mayors from throughout the state gathered at...
  • At 25-Year Mark, ShoreLine East is Growing

    At 25-Year Mark, ShoreLine East is Growing
    NEW HAVEN — When ShoreLine East trains started rolling 25 years ago, it was a little-used service that made just 11 trips a day, went no farther east than Old Saybrook and shut down on weekends. Today, the line runs seven days a week, operating 21...