Malloy Signs Intern Anti-Discrimination Bill
Malloy Signs Intern Anti-Discrimination Bill

Capitol Watch — The Hartford Courant’s political site – tweeted the following yesterday:

And a review of the Governor’s website reflects that approval in the bill

These are not the interns you are seeking
These are not the interns you are seeking

Believe it or not, harassment against summer interns isn’t directly prohibited under Connecticut law.  (But treating them like employees without paying them is against the law.)

This is not, however, a column about the best ways to harass your interns.  Indeed, regardless of

There’s been plenty written about what the impact of the federal elections will be on national legislative efforts.  While at an ABA Conference last week, various legislative initiatives concerning independent contractors and the Employee Free Choice Act were now seen as as DOA.

But in Connecticut, we elected the first Democrat as Governor in over two

Count me in the group that is both astonished and stunned by the corruption allegations made earlier today by the federal government against Illinois Governor Rod Blagojevich.  The blatant nature of the "pay to play" allegations is something rarely seen in politics. (Connecticut has obviously has its share of corruption cases.)  While

FO'Neillormer Connecticut Governor, William O’Neill — who served during the 1980s — passed away this afternoon.  He is the second former Connecticut governor to pass away in the last month. The Hartford Courant has this report:

William A. O’Neill, the one-time tavern owner and small-town Democrat who became the longest-serving Connecticut governor in nearly

The Hartford Courant is reporting that Thomas Meskill, Connecticut Governor from 1971 to 1975, and a judge on the Second Circuit U.S. Court of Appeals from 1975 to 1993 (he took senior status after that date), passed away earlier today. 

Former Gov. and U.S. Rep. Thomas J. Meskill died early Monday in Florida, his wife