Stamford, Conn., – The Hartford Courant today published a story about the fundraising of Governor Dannel Malloy, who has been helping to raise millions of dollars for the Democratic Governors Association from corporations and other entities that do business with or are regulated by the State of Connecticut. Statement by […]Read more ›
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WILTON, October 8 – After attending a town-hall-style event with Governor Malloy held last night in Greenwich, State Sen. Toni Boucher issued the following statement: “To hear Governor Malloy talk, he has saved Connecticut from certain death at the hands of prior administrations. As usual, he said that he inherited […]Read more ›
GOV. MALLOY AND COMPTROLLER LEMBO ANNOUNCE $1.68 BILLION REDUCTION IN RETIREE HEALTH CARE LIABILITIES
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy and State Comptroller Kevin Lembo announced another significant reduction in the state’s future unfunded state employee and retiree health care liabilities – by approximately $1.68 billion – according to an actuarial report released today. The updated report on OPEB (other post-employment […]Read more ›
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy today joined Department of Housing Commissioner Evonne Klein, Mayor John DeStefano Jr., and state and local officials, to announce $13.8 million in grants to fund 11 affordable housing and neighborhood revitalization programs throughout the state. The projects represent partnerships between state and […]Read more ›
(HARTFORD, CT) – Governor Dannel P. Malloy’s Director of Communications Andrew Doba today released the following statement: “To remove a needless distraction when there are far more important public policy issues to deal with, Governor Malloy has made the decision to personally reimburse People Magazine for the costs […]Read more ›
March 29, 2012 Written by Juliana Simone Hartford – At the Capitol Thursday afternoon, Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy (D) held a press conference with NAACP President Benjamin Jealous. The NAACP President was visiting Connecticut because his organization wants to use our state’s current legislative session which is determining whether to […]Read more ›