Governor Malloy was one of a group of governors meeting with President Obama Friday as the president promoted his effort to raise the minimum wage, saying it is “good policy, it also happens to be good politics.”
Governor Dannel Malloy unveiled his proposed changes to the second year of the state budget in his State of the State address, as the General Assembly convened for a three-month legislative session.
Governor Dannel Malloy is calling for a bump up in the state’s minimum wage, to $10.10 an hour.
Speaking with a “Daily Show” correspondent about President Obama’s plans to increase minimum wage, Euro Pacific Capital CEO Peter Schiff ridiculed the idea, suggesting that the “mentally retarded” could work for $2 an hour, because “you’re worth what you’re worth.”
Minimum wage workers in Connecticut are about to get a raise.
Advocates for a higher Massachusetts minimum wage packed a Statehouse hearing considering whether to raise the minimum hourly wage to $11 by July 2015.
The Connecticut Council of Clergy is urging state lawmakers to increase Connecticut’s minimum wage.
Governor Dannel Malloy talked job creation and wages Thursday in an appearance with Ray Dunaway on WTIC NewsTalk 1080.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said he supports President Barack Obama’s push to increase the federal minimum wage but remained noncommittal Wednesday about whether Connecticut should raise it on its own.
A proposal to increase Connecticut’s current $8.25 an hour minimum wage has cleared a key step in the legislative process.