Malloy Extends Cold Weather ProtocolGov. Dannel P. Malloy says he's extending Connecticut's severe cold weather protocol, which requires agencies to work with United Way 2-1-1 and the state's network of homeless shelters to make sure people are protected from the frigid temperatures.
Malloy Won't Be Requiring Early Tax Payments To Be AcceptedDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy does not plan to sign an executive order to allow pre-payments of local property taxes, a move that would let residents to deduct the payment from federal taxes.
State Agencies Urged To Use Connecticut Airports For TravelConnecticut state agency heads are being told to make sure their employees use Bradley International Airport and the state's other public airports for any air travel while on official state business.
Governor Malloy Becomes A GrandfatherConnecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy has a new job title: grandfather.
Deficit Pegged For FY 18 State BudgetThe state comptroller is releasing new figures on Connecticut's deficit for the current fiscal year.
State Democrats Knocking GOP Health PlanTop Connecticut Democrats are sharply criticizing the Senate Republican's proposal to dismantle the Affordable Care Act, saying it will increase the cost of health care while reducing access.
Florida Gov. Scott Hoping To Lure CT BusinessesFlorida's governor is making a return visit to Connecticut, hoping to persuade state businesses to move to the Sunshine State.
State Closing Section Of Prison, Cites Declining Crime RateThe state is closing a portion of the Corrigan-Radgowski prison in Montville, citing lower crime rates and a drop in the prison population.
Report: Connecticut Tourism Industry GrowingA new state report finds Connecticut's tourism industry is employing more and more people.
Casino Gaming Proposals Face Public HearingThe General Assembly's Public Safety and Security Committee holds a public hearing Thursday on a pair of proposals that would expand casino gaming in Connecticut.
Malloy Unveils Revised Juvenile Justice Reform PackagePreventing Connecticut's adult prisons from becoming crime schools for the young. Governor Dannel Malloy says that's the of objective of a revised juvenile justice reform package unveiled in Hartford Wednesday.
Teamsters Approve Sikorsky Deal

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