Governor Malloy declared a “Declaration of Emergency” for Connecticut Saturday, because of the severe weather forecast. The declaration allows the governor to exercise emergency powers, including suspending or modifying state laws, designating emergency routes and ordering civil preparedness forces into action.
Connecticut Republicans have asked the secretary of the state to put their candidates on the top line of November’s statewide election ballots, even though a Democrat won the race for governor.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says his proposed education overhaul will address Connecticut’s fluctuating four-year graduation rate by improving the state’s low-performing schools.
Gov. Dannel Malloy is kicking off a daylong economic summit to generate ideas for reinventing Connecticut’s economy and shape the agenda of this month’s special legislative session on jobs.
Connecticut legislators are forwarding more than a dozen recommendations to Gov. Dannel Malloy on ways to improve the state’s response to storms like the remnants of Hurricane Storm Irene.
Voters overwhelmingly approved of Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s handling of Hurricane Irene, but that did not boost his overall rating, according to a Quinnipiac University poll released Thursday.
Governor Malloy says he’s moving ahead with plans to begin laying off 56 Connecticut state police troopers.
Connecticut officials say they are extending the search for the state’s next education commissioner after fewer than 10 people applied for the position.
We are now learning more about the tentative deal struck last week between state union leaders and Governor Malloy’s administration.
A major announcement expected today from Governor Malloy on the future of the UCOnn Health Center. A press conference has been scheduled for 11:30 this morning, where the governor will outline a major overhaul of […]