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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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  • Newtown's Legacy Must Be Reining In Gun Violence

    Will the Sandy Hook Promise be kept? If you watched the Hartford Courant / Frontline special "Raising Adam Lanza / Newtown Divided" on PBS Tuesday night, you know there is a group of people in Newtown, with supporters across the country, intensely...
  • End State's Liquor Price Restrictions

    Once again, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is attempting to bring in extra state revenue by giving consumers more reason to buy alcoholic beverages in Connecticut, thereby keeping both the sales and excise taxes in-state. His two-year battle with the well-...
  • Malloy's Budget: Choices Painful, But He's On The Right Track

    Malloy's Budget: Choices Painful, But He's On The Right Track
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy made lovely promises Wednesday: a two-year budget that pours money into public education and gives taxpayers nice breaks on cars and clothes, all while avoiding new taxes. How he would do this, however, wouldn't be all that pretty....
  • Malloy Signs Bill To Withhold Homicide Photos, Other Records, After Newtown

    Malloy Signs Bill To Withhold Homicide Photos, Other Records, After Newtown
    The state Senate and House, after short debates, voted overwhelmingly early Wednesday to approve a bill blocking public disclosure of photos of homicide victims and some other records in reaction to the Newtown school massacre. The Senate took up the...
  • $50 Million For New Sandy Hook School, Mixed Martial Arts Pass In Legislature's Final Hours

    $50 Million For New Sandy Hook School, Mixed Martial Arts Pass In Legislature's Final Hours
    Legislators scrambled Wednesday to finish their work on the final day of the 2013 session – granting final approval for more than $2 billion in bond projects, allowing police to withhold crime-scene photographs of murder victims, and legalizing...
  • Legislative Leaders Have Tentative Deal To Erase Deficit

    A tentative deal to close a looming $365 million state budget deficit — the sort of topic that typically fuels blustery debates and commands attention at the Capitol — was agreed to quietly by legislative leaders and the governor's office in a...
  • Pardon Secrecy Proponents Should Heed Lesson Of Willie Horton

    The efforts of Democratic legislative leaders and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy (also a Democrat) to keep pardon proceedings secret are corrosive to decent government. Mr. Malloy and Democratic members of the Judiciary Committee justify this proposal embedded...
  • 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...
  • Ditching Car Tax Looks Terrible For Towns

    Of the many ideas in Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget message Wednesday, the one that has most underwhelmed mayors and first selectmen is the proposed property-tax exemption on motor vehicles. Mr. Malloy proposed a tax exemption for the first $20,000 of...
  • A Tax Drawback To State Buying Buildings

    Thanks to Connecticut's property tax system, what ought to be great news for Hartford instead has some residents worried that they are getting more of the cloud than the silver lining. The good news is that the state is buying two major office buildings...
  • 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...
  • Don't Poach Funds From Smart-Growth Fund

    The problem with fiscal lock boxes is that somehow, somebody finds the key. For example, in the 1980s the state created the Special Transportation Fund to pay for transportation infrastructure. But soon enough, the legislature began raiding it for other...