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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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  • Connecticut Considering a Crackdown on Nightclubs

    Connecticut Considering a Crackdown on Nightclubs
    Unregulated after-hours clubs and "BYOB" joints. Juice bars across the hall from boozy "adult" night spots. Untrained bouncers. Scores of drunks pouring into the streets at 2 a.m. closing times. When you add in guns, this late-night clubbing cocktail...
  • Connecticut Adoptees Seek Access To Genetic Information

    Connecticut Adoptees Seek Access To Genetic Information
    Genetically speaking, about 70,000 people in Connecticut are living in an informational black hole that could end up killing them. That's approximately the number of adoptees here, and a Connecticut law passed in 1975 prevents them from finding out...
  • State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking

    State Officials Concerned Over Toxic Waste From Fracking
    Connecticut is betting big that natural gas will give us a cheaper and cleaner energy future than fuels like oil and coal. The problem with that wager could turn on how we're going to handle fracking and the hundreds of millions of gallons of toxic...
  • State Should Boost Pre-K Quality, Not Just Quantity

    State Should Boost Pre-K Quality, Not Just Quantity
    Gov. Dannel Malloy's plan to provide universal prekindergarten education for poor children is ambitious. He wants to start by making 1,000 more preschool spaces available, aiming to enroll 4,000 more children by 2019. Yet Mr. Malloy would be better...
  • Republican Governor Candidates Building Their Bases

    Republican Governor Candidates Building Their Bases
    The race for the Republican nomination for governor is an odd and complex affair. The candidates are campaigning around the state seeking support from the 1,200 people they expect to be delegates at the May nominating convention at the Mohegan Sun casino....
  • Winter storm across northeastern U.S. affecting flights at South Florida airports

    As another winter mass moves across the nation's northeastern region bringing snow and freezing temperatures, flight disruptions are continuing Thursday at South Florida airports and others nationwide. There were 113 flight delays and 135...
  • New Focus For Veterans Housing With Few Takers

    In 2009, when veterans' homelessness was becoming a national embarrassment, five houses owned by the state sat empty across from the State Veterans Home & Hospital in Rocky Hill. The houses were once used by staff. The Courant asked state Department...
  • Bells toll as nation marks anniversary of Sandy Hook school shooting

    Bells toll as nation marks anniversary of Sandy Hook school shooting
    From the steepled churches of Newtown, Conn., to the state Capitol in Hartford, bells chimed 26 times Saturday to remember the victims of the Sandy Hook Elementary School shooting, which sparked a debate on gun laws that continues to divide the nation....
  • Medical Marijuana Moves Closer to Reality

    Medical Marijuana Moves Closer to Reality
    The marijuana landscape, both in Connecticut and across the nation, is changing kind of fast these days: - A state legislative committee last week put its final stamp of approval on proposed regulations for Connecticut's new medical marijuana system....
  • Republican Hopefuls Will Jostle For Contributions, Legitimacy

    Four Republicans who have their eye on the 2014 race for governor are making their way to the starting gate. The next four months may narrow the field for the contenders who rely on taxpayer funds to finance of their campaigns. State Sen. Toni Boucher...
  • Connecticut May Be Ahead of the Curve When It Comes to Pardoning Convicts

    Connecticut May Be Ahead of the Curve When It Comes to Pardoning Convicts
    If you've been convicted of a federal crime, it's almost impossible to get a pardon. Doesn't matter if you've served your time and turned your life around, or that the crime happened decades ago — your chances of getting pardoned remain virtually...
  • Governors' White House visit includes hints of 2016 campaign

    Governors' White House visit includes hints of 2016 campaign
    WASHINGTON – As President Obama hosted the nation's governors at the White House twice in 24 hours, he couldn't help but tease some of the more ambitious state leaders about their plans. Toasting the governors at an annual formal dinner in the...