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Dannel P. Malloy
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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed lifting a freeze on new enrollments in a rental assistance program for Connecticut's elderly, proposing Monday to expand it to include 12,700 more people across the state.
Connecticut is launching a $10 million project upgrading the power supply on Metro-North Railroad's New Haven line to prevent a repeat of an outage that disrupted service for nearly two weeks last September.
Besides changes to the two-year state budget, the following are some major issues that may be debated during the new session of the Connecticut General Assembly:
Connecticut's new legislative session will likely be a warm-up act for this year's governor's race, with the state's slow economic recovery and job growth still top issues for lawmakers and the candidates hoping to fill the state's top job.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, buoyed by estimates of a state budget surplus, on Friday proposed more than $104 million in new tax cuts.
The state's surplus would be used for a sales and gas tax refund under an election-year plan announced by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy on Thursday, a day after a Republican who narrowly lost to him called for a sales tax cut.
Republican Tom Foley, who narrowly lost to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy four years ago, announced Wednesday he is making another run for governor and promised to cut the sales tax and help cities address crime, poverty and other issues.
Connecticut officials announced the selection Tuesday of the state's first producers of legal medical marijuana, saying the move will benefit seriously ill patients while safeguards will prevent abuses.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is holding out the possibility of establishing a grace period for gun owners who missed the Jan. 1 deadline for registering certain weapons and ammunition magazines under a new law.