With State Help, Colt Purchasing West Hartford HeadquartersColt’s Manufacturing Company is purchasing its West Hartford headquarters and manufacturing facility, state officials announced Friday.
Malloy Focuses On Budget As Session Enters Second HalfFairer distribution of town aid, continued criminal justice reforms, and no gimmicks. Governor Dannel Malloy says those are among the ingredients any state budget proposal needs, to win his support.
Suzio Blasts Malloy's Inmate Early-Release ProgramThe legislature's Judiciary Committee is considering proposals that would curb Connecticut's early-release program for prisoners.
Travel Ban LiftedAs Connecticut continues to feel the effects of a major nor'easter, Governor Dannel Malloy is telling non-essential third-shift state employees to stay home Tuesday night.
Malloy Backs Perez For DNC ChairConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is throwing his political support to former Labor Secretary Tom Perez to head the national Democratic Party.
Malloy: Low Visibility, Heavy Snowfall Rates Problems In StormThe governor asked people to stay off the roads today, to allow plow crews to more easily clear snow.
Malloy Budget Plan Includes Tax Increases, Labor SavingsGov. Dannel P. Malloy's $20 billion budget plan for the next fiscal year includes about $200 million in new taxes.
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Malloy Proposes Revamping ECS FormulaGovernor Dannel Malloy wants to revamp the formula used to send state education aid to cities and towns.
Malloy, Bronin Make A Pitch For New York Islanders HockeyGov. Dannel P. Malloy and Hartford Mayor Luke Bronin are encouraging the New York Islanders professional hockey team to consider moving to Connecticut's capital city.
Malloy's Budget Proposal Would Eliminate Property Tax CreditGov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget proposal will eliminate Connecticut's $200 property tax credit to help balance the state's books.
Malloy Seeking To Shift $407M In Teacher Pension Costs To TownsAs part of his budget package, the governor today a plans to shift $407-million in teacher pension expenses from the state, onto cities and towns.