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  • State Labor Relations Chief Served With Layoff Notice

    State Labor Relations Chief Served With Layoff Notice
    The state's top labor-relations official said Tuesday that she had received a formal notice that she's being laid off effective Jan. 20 by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director – five days after being informed of the impending action – and...
  • Serra, Szynkowicz Vie For 33rd House Seat In Middletown

    Serra, Szynkowicz Vie For 33rd House Seat In Middletown
    MIDDLETOWN — Veteran legislator Joe Serra, a Democrat, is seeking re-election to a 12th term in the 33rd House District against Republican Linda Szynkowicz. Republicans say that after 22 years it's time for someone new, but Serra said his long...
  • Malloy, Visconti Square Off In Debate

    Malloy, Visconti Square Off In Debate
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and petitioning candidate Joseph Visconti squared off in a televised debate Thursday night, but one of the issues focused on the person who was not there - Republican Tom Foley. Foley declined to participate in the debate at...
  • In Economic Battle, It's Malloy's Rising Numbers Vs. Foley's Nagging Malaise

    In Economic Battle, It's Malloy's Rising Numbers Vs. Foley's Nagging Malaise
    The jobs picture for Connecticut looked grim as of this past Monday morning, with just 5,600 new positions added by employers over the previous 12 months. Tom Foley wanted you to know how bad a year we were having in his effort to bash, and unseat, Gov....
  • Malloy Has Been Running Since College

    Malloy Has Been Running Since College
    Many are asking — and rightfully so — "Where does Tom Foley stand?" A more important and perplexing question is, "Where does Gov. Dannel Malloy stand?" Foley, the Republican challenger, is running an unsurprising and uninspired referendum...
  • Re-Electing Malloy Gives State Best Chance For Progress

    Re-Electing Malloy Gives State Best Chance For Progress
    Mark Twain liked to cite William Nye's observation about the music of Richard Wagner — that it was better than it sounds. In a similar vein, the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has been better than it may look. Mr. Malloy, 59, is something...
  • Malloy's Media Image Shortchanges The Big Picture

    On Jan. 8, 2013, with emotions from the Newtown shooting still raw, I was on the phone with a gun industry official when a press release from Gov. Dannel P. Malloy popped up on my screen. The release named Malloy's 16-person Sandy Hook Advisory...
  • State GOP Seeks Injunction To Block Malloy Mailer

    State GOP Seeks Injunction To Block Malloy Mailer
    The state Republican Party filed for a temporary injunction Friday to block any planned campaign mailers supporting Gov. Dannel P. Malloy paid for with money raised for federal campaigns. Top Republicans gathered outside the courthouse in Hartford...
  • Fasano Elected Senate GOP Leader; Witkos As Deputy

    Fasano Elected Senate GOP Leader; Witkos As Deputy
    Three years ago, the state Senate Republicans had three rising stars who all graduated from Yale. Senators John McKinney, Andrew Roraback, and Leonard Fasano were all moderate Republicans who served together for years and crafted legislation together....
  • Fasano Elected Senate GOP Leader; Looney As Senate President Pro Tem

    Fasano Elected Senate GOP Leader; Looney As Senate President Pro Tem
    Three years ago, state Senate Republicans had three rising stars who all graduated from Yale. Sens. John McKinney, Andrew Roraback and Leonard Fasano were all moderate Republicans who served together for years and crafted legislation together. After...
  • How Will Foley, Malloy Address Looming Deficits?

    Our politics are mired in gridlock, in large part due to party loyalty. No matter what, we vote for our party. In recent years in Connecticut, neither party has distinguished itself. On taxes, Gov. Lowell Weicker Jr. put in the state income tax; Gov....