No Truck Ban, But Malloy Urges Drivers To Stay Off RoadsConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is urging drivers to stay off the roads because of the nor'easter, but has not imposed a ban on tractor-trailers like neighboring New York.
Small Store Owners Opposing Malloy's Liquor Law ProposalsHundreds of family liquor store owners are gathering at the Legislative Office Building to oppose Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's latest proposal to revamp state liquor laws.
Klarides Rules Out Run For GovernorThe top Republican in the state House today announced she will not run for governor.
Malloy Expected To Veto Medicare Assistance Fix LegislationConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to veto a newly passed bill that restored funding for a program that helps more than 100,000 seniors pay for Medicare-related expenses.
Governor Malloy Proposes Ban On Bump StocksPeople who already own the devices would be allowed to keep them for a period of time, before their possession would be banned entirely.
Review To Check If State Employees Are Getting Required Harassment TrainingGovernor Dannel Malloy signed an executive order instructing the Department of Administrative Services to review Connecticut's sexual harassment procedures that apply to state employees.
Governor Warns Of Transportation Fund InsolvencyGov. Dannel P. Malloy is sounding the alarm about the projected solvency of Connecticut's transportation account, warning the state may not have the money to pay for many road and bridge improvement projects.
Teachers' Union, Towns Sue State To Stop Education CutsConnecticut's largest teachers' union, three municipalities, several teachers and a parent are asking a court to block Gov. Dannel P. Malloy from cutting state education funding.
Legislative Leaders Hope To Give Draft Budget Soon To MalloyDemocratic and Republican legislative leaders say they could soon have a draft state budget plan for Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to review.
Federal Officials Visit Connecticut To Review Crumbling FoundationsOfficials from the Army Corps of Engineers and FEMA have wrapped up a 2-day visit to Connecticut, to review the state's problem with crumbling foundations.
Governor: 'Hundreds Of Millions Of Dollars' Separates Sides In Budget TalksWith closed-door state budget negotiations still ongoing, it appears there is still a wide gap between the parties. Governor Dannel Malloy today said there would have to be a lot of movement to get an agreement by October 13.
Malloy: Budget Unlikely By October 1; Education Payments To Towns Would Be CutGovernor Dannel Malloy today said the state will probably not have a budget in time to distribute education funding to towns on October 1.