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Was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.
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Malloy: Pitkin will retire from DoB
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he has been informed by Department of Banking Commissioner Howard Pitkin that he intends to retire in January following nearly 40 years of service with the state agency. "Howard Pitkin has dedicated his career to ensuring that Connecticut consumers have confidence in their banking institutions, and on behalf of the state I can affirm that we are all grateful for the energy and commitment that he has given," Governor Malloy said.


Chris Donovan pushes health care relief for Connecticut small business
By Mary O’Leary, Staff Reporter HARTFORD — Democratic House Speaker Christopher Donovan, D-Meriden, is hoping this fourth try is the charm as he and other lawmakers propose a health care initiative to help small businesses save on health care costs. … Continue reading →







OP-ED | Political Courage Needed to Effectively Tackle Deficit
No matter who is governor of Connecticut, the problem of projected state budget deficits likely will never be addressed in the long term. This problem is mainly an institutional one because a governor has more to gain politically by using budget gimmicks to address short-term deficits than by making the tough decisions that are necessary to address the problem in the long term.


Ross pilots OMA well
Created after the state came perilously close to seeing the Naval Submarine Base in Groton closed, the Office of Military Affairs has proven to be a solid investment. And Robert T. Ross of Salem has proven to be a quality, nonpartisan choice to head the small office with big influence.







Malloy Tours Busway, Says Developers Eager To Build Nearby
Cruising from one end of the CTfastrak busway to the other aboard bus 4401 Tuesday, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy predicted that central Connecticut commuters will embrace the new transit system after it opens March 28. Malloy, who has a fair amount of his reputation riding on the busway's success, said everything he saw on an hourlong tour confirmed his original belief that the high-frequency buses on the route will ease traffic jams on I-84, generate economic development and make commuters' lives better. The governor took political heat when he OK'd the project just months after he first took office, but said Tuesday there's no reason to regret the decision.


Andrew Roraback ties Connecticut death penalty repeal to early release program
By The Associated Press HARTFORD — The state’s new early release program for criminals who demonstrate good behavior is coming under criticism from a Republican state senator who says he will not support efforts to repeal Connecticut’s death penalty unless … Continue reading →







Roraback says his first bill as congressman will be breast health legislation
Former Gov. M. Jodi Rell will appear with Andrew Roraback at a campaign event Wednesday at a breast health center following the 5th Congressional District debate in Waterbury. Rell and Roraback will be at the Hungerford Imaging Center with Nancy … Continue reading →


Justin Bernier wants Connecticut Republican Chairman Chris Healy to resign
By Scott Benjamin, Staff Reporter Republican congressional contender Justin Bernier has called on state GOP Chairman Chris Healy to step down, citing, among other things, the party’s poor performance in the last two major elections, in which the party lost … Continue reading →










 
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