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Connecticut Republicans on Saturday turned again to their 2010 gubernatorial nominee, endorsing Greenwich businessman Tom Foley as the GOP's candidate to challenge Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy in November.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, who accepted the Democratic Party's nomination Friday night for a second term, said he's seeking re-election to continue the "progress" made over the past four years in turning around Connecticut, hard hit during the recession.
Second Amendment rights advocates in Connecticut are mobilizing to influence this weekend's state Republican convention, as they seek changes to Connecticut's sweeping gun-control law passed last year in the wake of the Newtown school massacre.
The state's high school graduation rate has improved for the fourth consecutive year, new figures released Wednesday indicate.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy assured representatives of the insurance industry Tuesday they have a partner in Connecticut.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy pivoted Thursday to his re-election campaign, trumpeting his legislative victories a day after the General Assembly's adjournment, saying real progress has been made to improve Connecticut's financial footing over the past four years.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he may use his executive authority to enact some of the proposed protections included in a failed bill that attempted to ban discrimination against unemployed job seekers.
State lawmakers reached a midnight deadline to close out an election-year legislative session marked by disagreement over whether Connecticut's economy is finally improving after the recession.
Connecticut lawmakers were tying up loose ends Tuesday on a new state budget, with the General Assembly passing a $953 million bonding package that includes millions of dollars for pre-kindergarten classrooms, drinking water projects and preservation of a 1,000-acre forest.