Gov. Malloy visits a preschool classroom in Meriden The state spends millions of dollars every year to send babies and young children to day care centers without monitoring them to determine if they are safe and without requiring that they provide anything of educational value. Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is proposing to change this. In […]
West Hartford — Thousands of Connecticut college and high school students looking for jobs upon graduation each year are either lured away by the glitter of big cities or simply don’t have the work-ready skills or the entrepreneurial inclination to land a job. But there are plenty of jobs out there if these millennials look […]
Stamford – Another Republican governor from the oil patch visited Connecticut Tuesday to talk about jobs, but this time the agenda was low-key bipartisan cooperation, not high-profile job poaching. And Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, a Democrat, welcomed the visit. Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin and Malloy, two first-term governors who took office in January 2011, co-hosted […]
Elly Banos was so eager to get health insurance that she tried to sign up Oct. 1, the first day it was possible to enroll in coverage made available through the health law commonly called Obamacare.
Washington –- In a recent pitch for the Affordable Care Act, President Obama singled out Connecticut’s exchange as proof the law is working as supporters hoped it would. But the president ‘s remarks were misleading. Surrounded by young Americans –- one of whom nearly fainted during the half-hour speech -– Obama said many of those […]
Re: “Blumenthal to quiz Con Ed, MTA execs in Bridgeport about Metro-North outage” (Oct. 21, 2013). The Oct. 28 hearing on the Metro-North service disruption must include a discussion of the telecommuter tax – the harsh penalty that New York will impose on the Connecticut residents who worked from home for their New York employers […]