Governor Malloy and State Comptroller Kevin Lembo announced Tuesday that the state of Connecticut will save approximately $1.68 billion through another reduction in the state’s future unfunded state employee and retiree health care liabilities.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy spoke at a Hartford conference on tourism Tuesday, addressing Connecticut’s “Still Revolutionary” campaign.
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Hear the full Sunday evening briefing by Governor Malloy and Metro-North President Howard Permut on how Friday’s train accident will affect weekday train service and highway traffic.
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Hear Governor Malloy’s Friday night briefing on the Metro-North train derailment.
Parents, clients and advocates for people with disabilities are discussing the effects of nearly $40 million in proposed cuts to state services for the developmentally disabled.
After criticism from some state Republicans over his attendance at the White House Correspondent’s Dinner , Governor Malloy’s office says the governor has written a personal check to his hosts for the dinner.
Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s office says it will seek an advisory opinion from a state ethics panel on whether it was OK for People magazine to pay for the governor’s trip to the White House Correspondents’ Association Dinner.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and Newtown First Selectman Patricia Llodra (LOH’-dra) have spoken about school safety at a Hartford conference that drew more than 400 people who work in or around schools.