State Democrats Respond To Federal Campaign Finance ProbeThe state Democratic Party responds to a report that a federal grand jury will investigate party fundraising that supported the governor's last re-election campaign.
State Unveils Plan To Lose The Traffic Lights On Route 9State officials Tuesday unveiled plans to reconfigure Route 9 in Middletown, to ease the flow of traffic and eliminate the two sets of traffic lights which contribute to backups during peak ours.
Connecticut Lawmakers Override 3 Malloy VetoesThe House of Representatives wanted to override more vetoes, but the State Senate agreed to only 3
New Raise The Age Sunk, Governor Pushes For Bail ChangesAfter it was learned that the General Assembly would not consider some of the governor's latest criminal justice proposals, Dannel Malloy today said he expects a scaled-back bill will save the state the same amount of money as the full proposal.
Malloy: Budget Faces $15 M Cut If Criminal Justice Bill DiesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state's budget could face a $15 million cut if Connecticut lawmakers don't return in a special session to pass his criminal justice reform bill.
Malloy Still Confident Criminal Reform Bill Will PassDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he believes Connecticut lawmakers will eventually pass his latest criminal justice reform bill that expands juvenile court jurisdiction to young adults.
State Job Cuts To Be More Than 2,500Answering questions after a public appearance in Hartford today, Governor Dannel Malloy said the latest version of the state budget will result in the elimination of the jobs of more state employees.
Governor Malloy HonoredMalloy receives the Profile In Courage Award
New Drug Law Leads To Fewer People Awaiting Trial In JailChanges in Connecticut's drug laws have cut in half the number of people in jail awaiting trial for simple drug possession, according to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration.
Signs Appear At Capitol That Budget Talks Will Resume There are signs budget negotiations will resume at the Connecticut state Capitol.
Gov. Malloy And Fellow Democrats At Odds Over State BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his fellow Democrats in the General Assembly are at odds over how to fix the projected $922 million deficit in next fiscal year's approximate $20 billion budget.
Malloy Says Democrats' Budget Proposal Is 'Incomplete'A spokesman for Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the spending plan offered by the legislature's Democrats includes "real cuts" but remains "incomplete," approximately $300 million short of covering the projected $900 million budget deficit.

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