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Was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.
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ENG: Mary Jodi Rell (born June 16, 1946) is a Republican politician and was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011. She was the Lieutenant Governor of Connecticut under Governor John G. Rowland, who resigned during a corruption investigation. Rell is Connecticut's second female Governor, after Ella T. Grasso. On November 9, 2009, Rell announced she would not seek re-election in 2010, and she was succeeded by current Governor Dan Malloy. Early life Born Mary Carolyn Reavis in Norfolk, Virginia, Rell attended Old Dominion University, but left in 1967 to marry Lou Rell, a U.S. Navy pilot. She moved to Brookfield, Connecticut in 1969 and later attended, but did not graduate from, Western Connecticut State University. She never graduated from college. She ...
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Rell's top economic adviser to speak at conference

Norwich, Conn. — Don Klepper-Smith, chairman of Gov. M. Jodi Rell’s Council of Economic Advisers, will speak during an economic development conference Tuesday in Norwich. It is slated to begin at 7:30 a.m. in the City Hall council chambers. The event is being organized by Norwich Community Development Corp. Robert Santy, president and CEO of the Connecticut Economic Resource Center, will speak about “key” economic and fiscal issues confronting Norwich and southeastern Connecticut. Oct 22, 2010 Source: www.norwichbulletin.com 26.10.201 0

Gov. Rell Endorses Tom Foley For Governor In Radio Ad

With less than two weeks before election day, Gov. M. Jodi Rell has endorsed Republican Tom Foley and taped a radio commercial on his behalf. "We need Tom Foley to be our next governor,'' Rell says as soft music plays in the background in the 60-second commercial. "He has the experience and temperament that Connecticut needs right now. I know Tom. He's a businessman, a family man, and a leader. ... Tom Foley is the right choice for Connecticut.'' Rell had not endorsed anyone in the Republican primary - surprising many insiders who initially thought that she would endorse her ...

Advocates Ask Gov. Rell To Fire Insurance Commissioner

State Sen. Edith Prague and a coalition of labor unions and citizen groups are asking Gov. M. Jodi Rell to replace Insurance Commissioner Thomas Sullivan. The group Citizens for Economic Opportunity sent a letter Monday to Rell asking for a replacement who is a "more consumer-oriented individual who will protect Connecticut residents from unwarranted health insurance increases." The group represents, among others, the Connecticut AFL-CIO, Service Employees International Union, Connecticut Citizen Action Group and the American Federation of State, County and Municipal ...

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State loses 5,200 jobs in September
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: In what one economist termed a "simply horrible" report, the state Department of Labor released September job numbers Thursday that showed a reduction of 5,200 positions in Connecticut during the month - the third successive monthly reduction in jobs statewide. The Norwich-New London area lost 1,000 jobs in the latest report, which nevertheless saw a drop in the state's unemployment rate to 5.4 percent.
Teacher pension costs to surge, widen hole in next state budget
To continue reading up to 10 premium articles, you must register , or sign up and take advantage of this exclusive offer: State spending on retired teachers' pensions is set to surge $282.7 million next fiscal year - a 28 percent increase the state is obligated to fund and is likely to push the next state budget further into deficit. The new pension contribution levels, if accepted by the Teachers' Retirement Board on Wednesday, are larger than those anticipated in next fiscal year's nonpartisan deficit forecast by $47 million and in the 2018-19 projection by $42 million.
163 Starwood Employees To Be Let Go At End Of Year In Stamford
More than 150 people will lose their jobs at the former Starwood headquarters in Stamford on the last day of the year through Jan. 13.Starwood Hotels, which was lured to Connecticut from White Plains by Gov. M. Jodi Rell with a more than $80 million incentives package, was bought by Marriott in...
State Identifies Possible Locations To House Juveniles When Training School Closes
The state's child-protection agency, in the process of closing the juvenile jail in Middletown by 2018, has for the first time mentioned sites in Hamden and Stratford as possible locations for smaller, secure treatment facilities. The latest plan from the Department of Children and Families mentions the former High Meadows residential campus on Hartford Turnpike in Hamden and the Ella Grasso Regional Center on Armory Road in Stratford, an institutional campus run by the Department of Developmental Services that is slated to close.

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