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Was the 87th Governor of the U.S. state of Connecticut from 2004 until 2011.
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Malloy Rarely Meets Legislators, Records Show
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy doesn't spend a lot of time chitchatting with state legislators, something politicians from both parties agree helps build the personal connections needed to get things done at the Capitol. A review of Malloy's public schedule, obtained by The Associated Press through records requests, reveals the no-nonsense governor infrequently holds meetings with members of the General Assembly in his Capitol office.











Governor's line-item budget veto was historic
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy used his line-item veto authority to adjust the upcoming state budget. If he succeeds without an override, it will be the first time since 1971 that such a tactic succeeded.











Common Cause Taps Former Connecticut Director As National President
Karen Hobert Flynn, a former longtime Connecticut official at Common Cause, has been named as national president, the Washington, D.C.-based open elections advocacy group announced Monday. Hobert Flynn succeeds Miles Rapoport, a former Connecticut legislator and secretary of the state who has headed Common Cause for two years, since moving from Demos, the New York advocacy group.











State Begins Search For New Juvenile Jail Location
With marching orders from the governor to close the controversial juvenile jail in Middletown in two years, officials have begun searching surplus state properties for two or three locations that could be used to replace the maximum-security, $53 million dollar-a-year behemoth. But as a juvenile-justice committee was told Thursday afternoon, this will not be an easy process.














 
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