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Topic - Dannel P. Malloy
Minority Republicans in the Connecticut General Assembly on Thursday offered an alternative $18.9 billion state budget that scraps the governor's proposed $55 tax rebate, ends the state's earned income tax credit program for the working poor and doesn't include what the GOP calls Democratic "gimmicks."
Connecticut's House of Representatives on Thursday overwhelmingly approved a deal to grant up to $400 million in tax credits to United Technologies Corp. if UTC makes up to $500 million in upgrades and expansion and hires more workers.
Connecticut truckers called on state legislators Monday to create a new sales tax exemption for repairs to vehicles damaged by chemicals that the Department of Transportation uses to clear highways of ice and snow.
Electric, natural gas and major water companies and regional distribution systems in Connecticut have been penetrated by hackers and other cyber attackers, but defenses have prevented interruption, state utility regulators said Monday in their first report on cyber security.
Connecticut officials announced more than $70 million in federal and state funds for 16 affordable housing projects across the state.
Senate Minority Leader John McKinney set himself apart Friday from most of his rivals for the Republican nomination for Connecticut governor by defending the wide-ranging gun control bill that was passed last year following the Newtown school massacre, a likely hot topic in this year's gubernatorial election.
Connecticut is extending emissions testing and waiving late fees for owners of General Motors cars being recalled.
Connecticut politicians who may be challenged in this year's election for supporting stricter weapons laws in the wake of the Newtown school massacre received a pledge of support Thursday from gun control advocates.
Once again in the crosshairs of federal investigators, former Gov. John G. Rowland said on his radio show Tuesday that he won't be commenting on "recent news and legal developments" after a former congressional candidate and her husband pleaded guilty in a scheme to hide the role Rowland played in her campaign.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed $55-per-person tax refund cleared a key hurdle Tuesday, passing the General Assembly's tax-writing committee with mostly Democratic support.
Connecticut officials said the state's health insurance marketplace experienced a surge in last-minute enrollees and was on track to sign up about 200,000 people in health plans by Monday's enrollment deadline, double the original goal of 100,000.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he recently encouraged Ted Kennedy Jr. to run for an open seat in the Connecticut state Senate.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy announced Friday he will seek a second term, formally entering a contest that already has several Republican candidates challenging the Democrat's handling of taxes and the economy.
Several state parks in Connecticut will receive funds to repair and resurface roads and parking lots, some of which were damaged by recent storms.
The Connecticut General Assembly's budget-writing committee on Thursday approved a revised state spending plan of $19.04 billion - $12.3 million more than what Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has recommended for next fiscal year.
"UTC is the catalyst of this initiative, but the investments called for in this bill go well beyond one company," Malloy said. "The agreement will have a direct impact on employment in almost every city and town in Connecticut, not just at the UTC companies, but also in the hundreds of aerospace supply chain companies throughout the state and the region."
"Thanks to the hard work of AHCT, state agencies, community health centers and faith-based organizations, we far exceed our goal and as a result more people have access to more affordable health care," Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said.