Connecticut unemployment rate steady
Data released Monday by the Department of Labor showed New Haven’s unemployment rate in March was 7.6 percent — higher than both the state and national rates.
Supreme Court ruling hits CT
Though the Supreme Court’s ruling last week on McCutcheon v. FEC explicitly applied to federal elections, it could unleash a torrent of spending at the state level as well.
Malloy attacked on “balanced budget”
Republican General Assembly leaders charge that Governor Dannel Malloy’s budget deliberately underfunds state employee health care accounts to create a rosier fiscal outlook.
Malloy moves to protect SNAP
Governor Malloy’s move to protect the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP) benefits from federal cuts has won praise from hunger activists and spurred imitation by New York, Pennsylvania and other states.
Malloy, Foley tied in latest poll
A Quinnipiac University poll released yesterday shows Gov. Dannel Malloy in a dead heat against leading Republican challenger Tom Foley.
Malloy orders data dump
Governor Dannel Malloy signed an executive order yesterday to create a new online portal that aggregates and displays data from agencies across the state government.
Malloy seeks support for vets
Even the Republicans vying for Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy’s job this November support his plan to get over 400 homeless veterans in Connecticut off the streets by 2015.