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Gov. Malloy says new job figures a “sign of progress.”

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So gubernatorial runner up Tom Foley’s (left, photo by Autumn Driscoll, CT Post)  indications that the September employment figures might have been cooked up for the election might have been too hopeful on his part, as today’s Department of Labor figures show a net gain of 4,900 private sector jobs in October and 70,600 since Gov. […] [Read More]
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Audit report blasts Connecticut Comptroller’s office from back before 2010

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A newly released review of the State Comptroller’s office back when Nancy Wyman was the Comptroller found that 12 out of 40 million-dollar-plus purchase orders were not approved in a required pre-auditing process. Eight were ruled to be exempt and were neither reviewed nor approved, but the State Auditors of Public Accounts could found no […] [Read More]
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‘Tom…you never call!’

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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, along with Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman, just took a star turn with legislative leaders, U.S. Sen. Dick Blumenthal and U.S. Rep. Elizabeth Esty in the Capitol’s ornate Old Judiciary Room. A brief news conference ensued before Malloy and Wyman began working the roomful of supporters with hugs and smiles. He said […] [Read More]
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Fairfield man pleads guilty to last December’s gun-carrying incident at UNH

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William Dong, the Fairfield man caught with two handguns on the University of New Haven campus last December, has pleaded guilty to importing a prohibited assault-style weapon and possession of the handguns. Gov. Malloy reacts:“Today’s guilty plea brings an end to a potential tragedy that was prevented due to Connecticut’s new gun safety laws. This individual […] [Read More]
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Malloy signs “public health emergency” order to give DPH power to quarantine people for Ebola

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Governor Dannel P. Malloy today issued an order that gives the Commissioner of the Department of Public Health the power to  quarantine an individual or a group who may have been exposed to the Ebola virus. He stressed there are no specific cases identified, but the order is being given as a precautionary measure. “We […] [Read More]
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State Police ID body of 72-yr-old woman that washed up on beach in Westbrook

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This from State Police: On October 1, 2014, at 7:15 a.m., State Police received a call from a citizen regarding a body that washed up on the beach in Westbrook. When State Police arrived, they located the body of a white female at the end of Broadway South in Westbrook. The State Police Major Crime […] [Read More]
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Connecticut Attorney General, Gov Malloy, oppose new rules that could lead to federal recognition for Indian tribes

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  Attorney General George Jepsen has filed official opposition with the federal Bureau of Indian Affairs over proposed new rules that could make it easier for tribes like the Golden Hill Paugusetts to finally gain federal tribal recognition. “The proposed rules would have a grave and unfair impact on Connecticut and should not be adopted […] [Read More]
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Mystic crystal revelation: pizza employees get some overdue dough

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The state Department of Labor has announced that 110 Mystic Pizza employees will get more than $105,000 in back wages after a probe found they were paid less than the minimum wage and no overtime. State Labor Commissioner Sharon M. Palmer said investigators found that the owner of the landmark joint – for a which […] [Read More]
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Malloy orders more State Police at Bradley Airport; along Metro-North

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Governor Dannel P. Malloy has ordered more State Police to patrol along the state’s rail lines and Bradley International Airport.   “The health and safety of our citizens is my number one priority.  With the current events overseas and out of an abundance of caution, I am ordering an increased state police presence along our […] [Read More]
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Former Shelton attorney faces criminal charges in theft of $150K

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This from Chief State’s Attorney Kevin Kane: “A former Shelton attorney was arrested today on charges that he stole more than $150,000 from clients and others who had dealings with his former law practice. JOSEPH DeFILIPPO, age 52, of 20 Vista Drive, Shelton, was charged with one count each of Larceny in the First Degree […] [Read More]
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