“What’s going on right now is a tragedy and is hurting everybody,” says Elliot Spector regarding the protests against police throughout the country. “We will have more lives lost because of the attacks on police
Civil Service Reform
EAST HARTFORD – More than 1,200 state employees earned over $150,000 last year, making each of them better paid than Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy. Connecticut’s median household income is $69,243, according to the Census Bureau.
EAST HARTFORD – Connecticut has compiled a disgraceful list of lasts in recent years, as the Yankee Institute highlighted on Wednesday this week with a full page advertisement in several major CT newspapers. Yankee Institute
Connecticut needs to go in a new direction to reverse these trends and prosper again. Connecticut’s 2012 Policy Road Map proposes 26 action items aimed at improving lives through freedom and opportunity.
EAST HARTFORD – A total of 1,279 state employees earned more than Gov. Dan Malloy in 2011, according to new data posted to CTSunlight.org, the Yankee Institute’s revamped government transparency website. Gov. Dan Malloy earned
EAST HARTFORD – President Barack Obama leads Mitt Romney, 50-37%, among Connecticut voters, and would defeat Newt Gingrich by an even larger margin, 56-35%, according to a new Yankee Institute poll. Gingrich is weighed down
Yankee launches education campaign aimed at personal care attendants EAST HARTFORD – The Yankee Institute launched an education campaign today to help personal care attendants fully understand their rights related to the forced unionization effort being
EAST HARTFORD – The Yankee Institute for Public Policy has submitted a Freedom of Information Act request to the Malloy administration seeking the same data the administration is preparing to release to labor union organizers
Fergus Cullen, Executive Director of the Yankee Institute for Public Policy, issues the following statement in response to the Attorney General’s announcement today clearing the Yankee Institute of accusations made by SEBAC: “We appreciate this