State Ends Talks With Developers On Train Station ProjectGov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration has ended talks to develop a $500 million transportation project in downtown Stamford.
Malloy Asks FEMA To Help With Crumbling FoundationsGov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking the Federal Emergency Management Agency to work with the state to help Connecticut homeowners with crumbling foundations.
Advocates Celebrate Expansion Of Medical Marijuana LawOfficials gathered Thursday for a ceremonial bill signing for a law expanding Connecticut's medical marijuana program to children with certain debilitating illnesses.
State Buying Sixty New Metro-North Rail CarsState officials today announced they are buying more railroad cars for Metro-North.
Connecticut Prison Population Hits Lowest Level Since 1997Connecticut's prison population has dropped below 15,000 for the first time since 1997.
Malloy's Budget Office Releasing Funds To Watchdog AgenciesConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget office is releasing $183,000 in state funds it withheld from the state's three watchdog agencies.
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.

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