Apparently, a “permanent fiscal crisis” isn’t enough to keep him busy. Gov. Malloy has now proposed legislation to prohibit businesses from forbidding their employees to disclose their wages. As is evident from its history, the
Carol Platt Liebau
Carol has worked as an attorney, author, political and policy advisor, and media commentator. In addition to practicing law, she has served as legislative assistant to Senator Christopher S. “Kit” Bond of Missouri; as a consultant to the U.S. Senate campaigns of John D. Ashcroft of Missouri (1994) and Congressman Tom Campbell of California (2000 and 2010); and as law clerk to Reagan appointee Judge David B. Sentelle of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the DC Circuit.
Although Connecticut’s median income has decreased by 4% (inflation-adjusted) since he took office, Gov. Dannel Malloy nonetheless just handed out 3%-12% salary increases to political appointees. Too often, it seems like the government elite gets
Many in Connecticut have just celebrated Christmas — some making do with less, all spending their hard-earned money to find just the right gift for the special people in their lives. Up in Hartford, Gov. Dannel
The chairman of Yankee Institute’s board, Rob Simmons, was quoted in a Wall Street Journal piece discussing the outcome of Connecticut’s gubernatorial race. Of course, as a 501(c)(3), Yankee Institute does not participate in partisan
New Poll Shows 75 Percent of Connecticut Residents Support Right to Work Poll Highlights National Employee Freedom Week, Grassroots Campaign to Educate Union Employees about their Rights EAST HARTFORD – A recent poll shows 75
You can expect some liberal populist triumphalism about the fact that, over the last six months, the 13 states that raised the minimum wage gained jobs faster than the states that didn’t. It’d be great