Dannel Malloy

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Governor Dannel Malloy, D-Conn., says he’s concerned how the state’s nonprofits, like health and human services, could be hurt by Donald Trump’s incoming administration.   

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Governor Dannel Malloy, D-Conn., says the state’s prison population has dropped so much in the past year that another prison could close by the summer. Malloy offered some explanation to reporters at the Osborn Correctional Institution in Somers on Wednesday.

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Connecticut Comptroller Kevin Lembo says he expects negotiations between the state’s employee labor unions and the Malloy administration will soon produce an agreement that could help the state reduce its pension obligations.

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Connecticut Democratic Governor Dannel Malloy might be meeting with state legislative leaders in the coming days to discuss Connecticut’s budget deficit. State Senate GOP Leader Len Fasano says this might help improve the public’s confidence in them.

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This week, Syrian refugees living in Connecticut met with Governor Dannel Malloy, refugee agency workers and volunteers from the Jewish community at a meeting at the Jewish Community Center of Greater New Haven. They thanked leaders for welcoming them to the United States this year.

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