While Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy hasn’t said whether he’d seek re-election this year, his State of the State address Thursday seemed to pave the way for another run.
A nine-year-old lawsuit seeking more funding for Connecticut’s public school should be tossed out, the Connecticut’s Attorney General’s Office told a judge.
Gov. Malloy’s legal counsel was reviewing Monday whether a top aide to the governor violated privacy laws by releasing to a columnist a list of low-number license plates.
Dannel Patrick Malloy, former Stamford mayor, will become CT’s 88th governor and first Democrat to hold the job in two decades when he is sworn in Wednesday.
On January 5, 2011, Jodi Rell leaves the Connecticut state capitol and Dan Malloy takes over as governor.
The Democrat said that the departments of Transportation, Education, Social Services and Environmental Protection are too important make a rushed decision.
Gov. M. Jodi Rell is asking the U.S. Secretary of Transportation for $100 million in additional federal funding for the state’s high-speed rail project.
Gov. Rell says she backs New Haven Line commuters in their opposition to any rule changes that would effectively shorten the shelf life of tickets.
Officials from the Nutmeg State expect to gain approval for more than $226 million to buy 80 additional commuter rail cars for Metro-North’s New Haven Line.