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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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  • 'Someone Else' Edges Into Governor's Race

    Ali and Frazier fought three times and, in the last bout, each fighter ushered the other to the threshold of unbearable agony, so that when Frazier's corner threw in the towel before the 15th round, it was effectively speaking for everybody. That...
  • Vote Sends $750K To Newtown For Design Of New Sandy Hook School

    The State Bond Commission on Friday unanimously approved $750,000 to design a new elementary school in Sandy Hook to replace the building where 20 children and six educators were killed in a mass shooting in December. The money is the first...
  • New Britain Museum Gets $4 Million State Grant for New Wing

    New Britain Museum Gets $4 Million State Grant for New Wing
    The increasingly popular New Britain Museum of American Art got a very artistic $4 million grant approved by the state Bond Commission Friday, which will go a long way toward the museum's planned expansion. Museum officials say they've already raised $6...
  • Sculpture Garden At Governor's Mansion Open For Tours

    Sculpture Garden At Governor's Mansion Open For Tours
    Gun control is on everyone's mind these days, including President Barack Obama and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy. It's on the mind of Carol Kreeger Davidson, too. "When the governor was going around the state trying to solidify gun control, I became interested,"...
  • ONeill Center To Launch National Music Theater Institute

    The Eugene O’Neill Theater Center in Waterford is undertaking its largest capital project since its was founded nearly 50 years ago. The state approved a $3 million grant to the Tony Award-winning theater center which will allow it to go forward...
  • Connecticut Lawmakers Push For More Regulations and Permits For Tattoo Artists

    Connecticut Lawmakers Push For More Regulations and Permits For Tattoo Artists
    Thousands of people eager to have their bodies decorated with beautiful and sometimes bizarre images — or at least to admire that sort of artwork — will be coming to Hartford this weekend. And they'll be arriving at this fantasmagorical...
  • The Sale Of Municipal Assets, Like Streets And Buildings, Can Help With A Budget Gap, But Critics Think It's Unwise

    The Sale Of Municipal Assets, Like Streets And Buildings, Can Help With A Budget Gap, But Critics Think It's Unwise
    Selling a city street to close a short-term municipal budget gap may seem like a strange idea. But how about a public zoo? Or a parking lot? Or maybe some taxpayer-owned art work, or park land, or a concert hall? It’s happening folks, or is being...
  • Did State Democrats Just Ruin Connecticut's Campaign-Financing System?

    Did State Democrats Just Ruin Connecticut's Campaign-Financing System?
    Once upon a time (like just a few years ago), Connecticut's public campaign finance system had the look of a bright knight on a white horse guarding a goddess of political purity who held aloft a torch to light the way for other states. We'd done away...
  • Texas Jobs Rustler Rides Into Town

    Texas Jobs Rustler Rides Into Town
    Say this for Texas Gov. Rick Perry: At least he's trying to stab us in the front. Mr. Perry begins a widely publicized poaching tour on Sunday, attempting to lure businesses in New York and Connecticut to the Lone Star State. He has endeared himself...
  • Ruling Ties State's Hands On Union-Only Layoffs

    A court victory for 2,800 state employees laid off in 2003 will cost Connecticut taxpayers dearly. The federal appeals court ruling will impose a big burden on any governor trying to negotiate with unions to ease a financial crisis. Under the ruling, a...
  • Making Connecticut Greener Pasture For Business

    Poachers from other states have long come hunting for Connecticut businesses. Competition among cities and states for jobs, capital and talent is nothing new, but Texas Gov. Rick Perry introduced some swagger into his pursuit of our businesses with the...
  • 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...