Drew Explores Running For GovernorMiddletown Mayor Dan Drew has announced his intention to file paperwork to form an exploratory committee to consider a run for governor.
Bail Reform Compromise Reportedly in the WorksHouse vote expected this week
Records: Governor Malloy Rarely Meets LegislatorsRecords show Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy doesn't spend a lot of time chit-chatting with state legislators.
Budget Negotiations ContinueDemocratic leaders still optimistic vote can be held prior to Wednesday night adjournment
Governor Malloy HonoredMalloy receives the Profile In Courage Award
Malloy Says Democrats' Budget Proposal Is 'Incomplete'A spokesman for Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says the spending plan offered by the legislature's Democrats includes "real cuts" but remains "incomplete," approximately $300 million short of covering the projected $900 million budget deficit.
Malloy Offers Bill To Update Handicapped Parking SignsConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is proposing legislation that would modernize the handicapped parking sign, emphasizing ability rather than disability.
More Talk, No Deal On Deficit MitigationTalks resume Thursday
Mental Health Advocates Raise Concerns Over Governor's Budget
Judge Denies Latest Rowland Bid For New TrialA federal judge has denied a bid from former Gov. John Rowland for a new trial in the criminal case that could send him to prison for up to three years.
State Storm Update From StoningtonSpeaking in the hard-hit community of Stonington today, Governor Dannel Malloy said the state will tally up the expenses associated with this week's snow storm, to determine if parts of Connecticut might be eligible for federal disaster assistance.
Lawyers Seeking Dismissal In Rowland Case, Again