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Kevin Rennie

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  • Ritter's Lobbying Raises Questions

    When is a lobbyist not a lobbyist? The answer, according to the complicated state laws that determine who's allowed to influence government officials in decision-making (which is what lobbying is, pretty much), is: When a person lobbies a public official...
  • Courant's Sunday Pages Honored With National Award

    The Hartford Courant will be honored in October with a national award for its six-page Sunday Opinion section. The Association of Opinion Journalists, a nonprofit group of media professionals founded in 1947 as The National Conference of Editorial...
  • Vulnerable Malloy Should Keep Endorsement Feelings To Himself

    In recent days, Gov. Dannel Malloy and U.S. Sen. Chris Murphy have endorsed state Sen. Toni Harp for mayor of New Haven. This is fairly unusual, but maybe it makes up for the fact that Harp did not initially endorse herself. No. She originally...
  • Tom Foley's charges: Blunder or brilliant?

    Tom Foley's charges: Blunder or brilliant?
    Republican Tom Foley, the party’s unsuccessful gubernatorial candidate in 2010 who is exploring a run in 2014, appeared on a talk show Sunday and began his thus-far-unofficial campaign by insinuating that the administration of Gov. Dannel P....
  • E-Shenanigans In The Malloy Administration

    State employees are supposed to use their public e-mail addresses — the ones that end in ct.gov — to conduct public business. But as Courant columnist Kevin Rennie reported last week, members of the administration of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy...
  • Government Revealed — A Buyers' Market

    Chris Donovan wanted to be a congressman. Now he's the reluctant star of a federal court multimedia show on corrupt practices, featuring a colorful lineup of bums and goodfella wannabes. Donovan lost the congressional seat he wanted to Elizabeth Esty,...
  • Democrat Scully To Gov. Malloy: DEEP Commissioner Dan Esty Must Go

    Former Senate Democrat spokesman Pat Scully, a consistently strong supporter of Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, is calling for the governor to dismiss his hand-picked environmental commissioner, Dan Esty. In the blogosphere, Scully has been among the...
  • Rennie: NBC Sports Thinking About Moving 1,000 Jobs To Former Clairol Site in South End Of Stamford

    The Hartford Courant's Kevin Rennie is reporting that NBC Sports is thinking about moving 1,000 jobs to the abandoned Clairol site in the south end of Stamford. A real estate partnership bought the prime, 32-acre site last year for $16.75 million in an...
  • Butler, Malloy Create Ongoing Storm

    Connecticut Light & Power Company President Jeffrey Butler mumbled and mispronounced his way through one consistent message last week: This storm was worse than Irene in August. No matter the topic, day after day, the utility executive found ways to...
  • Obama, Congress Should Have Stayed In Town, Courant editorial, Aug. 15

    <big>Obama, Congress Should Have Stayed In Town,</big>  Courant editorial, Aug. 15
  • Senator Helped Wall Street Executive Get A Pardon In 2001

    A Washington, D.C., condominium deal between Sen. Christopher J. Dodd and a Wall Street executive whom Dodd later recommended for a presidential pardon has the state Republican Party chairman comparing the embattled senator to former Gov. John G. Rowland....