State of Connecticut

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State of Connecticut
State of Connecticut is listed in the Colleges and Universities category in Hartford, Connecticut. Displayed below are the social networks for State of Connecticut which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of State of Connecticut on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 85.

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210 Capitol Ave
Hartford, CT 06106
(860) 240-0222
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Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that – in light of an action yesterday by the Trump Administration to roll back federal guidelines that protected transgender students in public schools – he has signed an executive order ensuring that the rights of transgender students receiving an education continue uninterrupted. “Discrimination, harassment, and bullying have no place in our classrooms or at our schools. Despite the actions taken by the federal government yesterday, the State of Connecticut remains committed to ensuring that every student has access to a high-quality education in a safe, supportive and welcoming school environment,” Governor Malloy said. “Every child, no matter their gender identity or expression, should be treated equally and fairly in a safe, supportive environment. Connecticut will remain a state of inclusiveness because we strongly believe that diversity makes us stronger.” More info ---> http://bit.ly/2lKyDwi
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that – in light of an action yesterday by the Trump Administration to roll back federal guidelines that protected transgender students in public schools – he has signed an executive order ensuring that the ri

Today we're proud to announce that starting in June, Norwegian Air International will begin operations at Bradley International Airport (KBDL), offering flights between Windsor Locks, Connecticut, and Edinburgh, Scotland. This is the second international destination offered at the airport following the addition last fall of service to Dublin, Ireland from Aer Lingus. “With the addition of these flights, travelers flying internationally for business or pleasure have even more convenient travel options in the Greater Hartford region,” Governor Malloy said. “Bradley International Airport is recognized by many as being faster and less stressful than other nearby airports – and with the addition of new flights to Europe, as well as new destinations around the country, that reputation only improves.” More info ---> http://bit.ly/2lAgbo3
Governor Dannel P. Malloy, officials from the Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA), and representatives from Norwegian Air today announced that Norwegian Air International, a low-cost carrier and Norwegian Air’s Irish subsidiary, will soon commence op

If we want to lower crime, if we want to make our communities even safer and ensure that those who leave our jails don’t come back, then we must break the cycle of crime and poverty. With this goal, Governor Malloy has introduced legislation this year that will reform the state’s current methods of detention for people who have only been arrested, but not convicted of any crimes, in order to continue efforts to further reduce the state’s historically low crime rate. The proposed reforms target adults accused of committing nonviolent misdemeanors who are unable to afford bail and – due to no other available options – languish in jail for potentially extended periods of time. In turn, this situation often creates a deteriorating condition where they are unable to earn a paycheck to support themselves and their families, intensifying their economic instability and potentially increasing their inability to lead productive lives within the community. These are reforms that leaders on both sides of the aisle, Republicans and Democrats, are supporting across our country for one reason – because they are producing real results. For more info, click here ---> http://bit.ly/2l45CIb
Governor Dannel P. Malloy today announced that he has submitted a legislative proposal to the Connecticut General Assembly that will reform the state’s current methods of detention for people who have only been arrested, but not convicted of any crim

Governor Dannel P. Malloy released the following statement regarding President Trump’s decision to rescind protections for transgender students: “Discrimination of this kind is outrageous and has no place in our society. This shouldn't be a partisan issue – the president’s regressive actions must be rejected by all compassionate people, regardless of party affiliation. In 2011, I was proud to sponsor and help win passage for a comprehensive transgender rights bill here in Connecticut, and to subsequently lead fights nationally against efforts in North Carolina, Indiana, and elsewhere to restrict the rights of people who are transgender. In Connecticut, we will defend the rights of all students – regardless of gender identity, sexual orientation, religion, race, ethnicity, and disability status – and will continue to protect their access to welcoming learning environments.”
Governor Dannel P. Malloy released the following statement regarding President Trump’s decision to rescind protections for transgender students.

Last November, our country saw one of the largest disparities in the popular vote since its founding. If we as a nation want to increase voter turnout, we need to not only combat attempts at voter suppression and gerrymandering, but we must also sign onto this compact creating a coalition of states that will award all of their electoral votes to the candidate chosen by the people. Every American deserves to have their vote counted equally for the highest office in the country. A citizen’s vote from one state should not be worth more than that of another citizen who lives in a different state. An equal vote for every American citizen, regardless of which state they happen to live in, is the fairest and most democratic way to go.
Governor Dannel P. Malloy and Lt. Governor Nancy Wyman today added their voices to the growing number of citizens across Connecticut urging lawmakers to adopt legislation joining the state to a national compact that would elect the President of the U


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