Conn.'s Malloy appointed to Council of Governors

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — President Barack Obama has appointed Connecticut Gov. Dannel Malloy to a bipartisan group of governors charged with strengthening collaboration between federal and state governments on national security issues.

Malloy will serve a two-year term on the 10-member Council of Governors that was established in 2010. The president appoints the members, with equal representation from both political parties.

The council addresses matters of national security, homeland defense, synchronization and integration of state and federal military activities in the United States and issues of mutual interest related to the National Guard.

Malloy says in a statement that the appointment comes with great responsibility.

Malloy adds he is proud of members of the Connecticut Army and Air National Guard who are routinely called upon to support the needs of Connecticut and the nation.

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And do we really wonder if his proposed gun control legislation announced days earlier at Biden meeting is politically motivated? No -it's for the children.

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Connecticut has 169 cities and towns, which serve as the fundamental local political subdivision of the state. Connecticut is the 5th of the original thirteen United States.
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Governor: Dan Malloy
Lieutenant Governor: Nancy Wyman
Attorney General: George Jepsen
State Treasurer: Denise L. Nappier

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