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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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  • Cellphone Theft is Rampant, Brazen and on the Rise

    Cellphone Theft is Rampant, Brazen and on the Rise
    She was sitting quietly on a Connecticut Transit bus in Hamden last year, talking on her cell. A man got up as the bus pulled up to a stop. As he passed, he snatched the phone from the woman's hand and jumped off just before the bus pulled away from the...
  • ICE Releases Islas While Connecticut Deportation Case Under Appeal

    ICE Releases Islas While Connecticut Deportation Case Under Appeal
    Federal immigration officials Friday released Jose Maria Islas, an undocumented immigrant whose arrest and detention case has become a symbol and a rallying cry for Connecticut activists. Officials released him from custody, saying he can return home to...
  • Connecticut Energy Costs Headed In The Right Direction

    It's mild good news, but good news nonetheless: Connecticut — which still has among the highest electricity costs in the nation — has seen power rates drop for each of the first four months of this year, according to the U.S. Energy...
  • Getting To Closure On Sandy Hook Fund

    The Sandy Hook Support Fund imbroglio serves as a lesson no town should ever have to learn: how to handle the millions of dollars that flow in from kindhearted people after a mass tragedy. Well-meaning local leaders are at odds with grieving families of...
  • Sandy Hook Panel's Focus Turns From Guns To School Safety

    Officials can turn a school into an armed camp, in an effort to make it safer, with metal detectors, bulletproof glass, armed guards and armed teachers. Or they can take a different approach. They can promote good basic building security measures for...
  • Why Make It So Hard For Paul Vallas To Help Bridgeport Schools?

    Why Make It So Hard For Paul Vallas To Help Bridgeport Schools?
    It would be a blow to the city of Bridgeport's school system and its 21,000 students if Paul Vallas is not permitted to stay on as superintendent. Someone of Mr. Vallas' experience and gravitas is just what the doctor ordered for the city's ailing...
  • Who will be the Republican nominee for governor?

    Who will be the Republican nominee for governor?
    State Senate Republican leader John McKinney declared his candidacy for governor this week. He said he’ll leave his seat to run for the Republican nomination. Greenwich businessman Tom Foley, another Republican, has long said he would run for...
  • Upscale Towns Courting Affordable Housing

    When it comes to affordable or mixed-income housing, there is no such thing as low-hanging fruit. It isn't easy to build affordable homes in the 32 Connecticut municipalities that have a fair amount of such housing; it's much harder in the other 137...
  • October Storm Hits Connecticut

    Nov 8 Some 18,000 Connecticut Light and Power customers were still without power midday Tuesday, most in the Simsbury area. About one-third of Simsbury was without electricity, as was a quarter of Avon and Farmington, and many in Granby, Canton,...
  • Lawmakers Praise Themselves For GMO Law That Actually Doesn't Do Anything

    Lawmakers Praise Themselves For GMO Law That Actually Doesn't Do Anything
    Connecticut legislative leaders are just pleased as punch that Gov. Dannel Malloy has now signed a bill that appears to require foods with genetically modified organisms to be labeled so consumers know what they're buying. Except it doesn't require...
  • Mianus Bridge Anniversary Coincides With Gas Tax Hike To Pay For Roads, Bridges

    Mianus Bridge Anniversary Coincides With Gas Tax Hike To Pay For Roads, Bridges
    Thirty years ago today, on June 28, 1983, a section of the I-95 highway bridge 70 feet above the Mianus River in Greenwich collapsed, killing three people and seriously injuring three more. The tangle of mangled bodies and vehicles along the peaceful...
  • L.I. Sound Cleanup Highlights Green Legislative Push

    With so much attention paid to gun safety and the budget, not much was heard about the environment in the 2013 session of the General Assembly. Much of what was in the news centered on a somewhat arcane debate whether the state weakened its commitment...