Connecticut was nationally lauded for its passage of a law that would implement a baby bonds program. Here’s how the program never got funded.
The OPM Secretary affirmed a “close working relationship” with Gov. Ned Lamont while implicitly confirming a distant relationship with others.
Diamantis’ grievance targets Joshua Geballe and Paul Mounds, claiming ‘openly hostile, condescending and abusive treatment’ of Melissa McCaw.
The Lamont administration used a public hearing to dramatically stake its position in sports betting negotiations.
Given work-at-home routines, self-quarantine for COVID doesn’t have to be disruptive. Even if you’re governor.
Gov. Ned Lamont and top aides began a self-quarantine Friday night after the governor’s communications director tested positive for COVID-19.
Connecticut’s energy regulator balked at Eversource’s calls for collaboration: “That implies it’s our job to get the lights on. And it’s not. It’s their job.
Connecticut is facing an emergency unlike others, whether measured by scope, duration or cost to the state and its economy.
Ryan Drajewicz is leaving the State Capitol after 13 months as Gov. Ned Lamont’s chief of staff. His successor is Paul Mounds, the former Malloy aide he recruited to the administration. Josh Geballe was named chief operating officer.
The board’s endorsement of Miguel Cardona was somewhat overshadowed by the controversy surrounding the process, however.
Gov. Ned Lamont used his first cabinet meeting to introduce a new chief performance officer and a heavily hyphenated vision to transform government into a cross-agency, data-driven, user-friendly, cost-effective and outcome-obsessed model of stream-lined efficiency and private-sector discipline.
Gov-elect Ned Lamont shared his first plans for restructuring state government Friday, announcing a new post of chief operating officer — a position recommended and never implemented decades ago in Connecticut, while becoming increasingly common in governors’ offices across the U.S.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy named new communications and government affairs directors Wednesday as his administration announced the mid-term departures of three senior staffers: Mark Bergman, Devon Puglia and Paul Mounds.