Governor Activates State's Cold-Weather Shelter PlanGov. Dannel P. Malloy has activated the state's cold-weather shelter plan in advance of a cold snap that is expected to bring sub-zero temperatures to Connecticut.
Unions Warn Against Possible Cuts To State JobsState employee unions are warning about the possible negative implications of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's revised $19.8 billion budget that could lead to more than 1,000 job cuts.
State Lawmakers Fear Losing Budget Authority To MalloyDemocratic and Republican legislators are voicing concerns over Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposal for across-the-board cuts to state agencies and giving agency heads more latitude in deciding where to reduce spending.
Gov. Malloy To Reveal Revised Budget On Opening Of SessionConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is unveiling his proposed changes to the two-year state budget enacted last year, promising to cut spending.
Malloy, Wyman To Hold New Round of Town Hall ForumsConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman are hitting the road again.
Advocates to Malloy: Don't Strip Preservation FundThe Day of New London reports that Malloy's proposed budget would empty the fund of about $13 million.
Governor: No 'Appetite' For More Gun Control In ConnecticutTwo years after the mass shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Connecticut's governor said he doubts the state legislature has the "appetite" to take up many of the additional gun control recommendations included in a final report released Friday by a state commission.
Gun Rights Rally Planned At Connecticut State Capitol BuildingA rally for gun rights is planned at the Connecticut state Capitol and capitol buildings across the country.
Malloy Talks Energy Conservation Gov. Malloy is taking advantage of what could to be the hottest day of the year to highlight the state's new energy conservation plan.
Malloy Given Latitude to Cut Budget
Malloy Continues Jobs Tour in Farmington Governor Malloy is continuing his jobs tour with a visit with aerospace components manufacturers.
CT Labor Leaders Consider Next Step Leaders of Connecticut state employee unions say they'll be discussing what to do next after a labor savings deal that would have prevented 7,500 layoffs was rejected by rank-and-file workers.