Malloy Appointed To National Council Of Governors

by Categorized: Gov. Dannel Malloy, President Obama, Washington Date:
\"malloy\" President Obama tapped Gov. Malloy to serve on the National Council of Governors, making him one of a bipartisan group of 10 state governors, five from each party, on the Council. Created by executive order in 2010, the Council exists to strengthen the partnership between Federal and state governments and coordinate state and federal activities on a range of matters, including military activity, national security, and homeland defense. The governors work in conjunction with a variety of top federal leaders, including the Secretaries of Defense and Homeland Security and top counter-terrorism advisors.
This news came while Malloy was in Washington for the National Governors Association winter meeting. As the governor, he has led a state that has drawn national attention over the past several months, both as a result of Hurricane Sandy and the Sandy Hook school shooting.
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3 thoughts on “Malloy Appointed To National Council Of Governors

  1. Grunting Caterpillar

    Wow. All that sucking and soul selling and this is the best he could get. Looks like the stammering moron has reached his pinnacle.

  2. Connecticut is Dying Too

    Obamalloy is a great team. They’re both economy-wrecking tax, spend, and borrowers, they’re both social engineering specialists.

  3. sam

    Arent we already paying him to be governor of Ct? I dont see where he has the time for this and run our state at the same time. He is not doing a very good job turning our state around, he needs to worry more about what he was hired to do here and less about his political career after the next election. I wonder how much this weekend jaunt to DC coast us Ct taxpayers. Maybe the Hartford Courant can do a little investigating on what the cost of this trip (in cluding his security detail) was on our already over burdened budget, but I doubt they will.

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