Posted on September 29, 2017 by jdooley
Governor’s actions irresponsible to schools, municipalities
HARTFORD – State Representative Will Duff (R-2) today expressed disappointment that Governor Malloy vetoed the only state budget to pass the General Assembly with bipartisan support. Legislators now are calling on support to override the veto before the draconian municipal cuts in the governor’s executive order take effect.
“I am ready to override the governor’s veto now,” said Rep. Will Duff. “Enough is enough! Thousands of citizens across our state are wondering what is going to happen to their important services and right now, the governor has put those services in fiscal peril. This is NOT how you run a state.”
To sign the petition demanding an override of the governor’s veto please click the link: http://www.cthousegop.com/veto_override/