Malloy wraps up first session – how’d he do?

Posted on June 9, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

While we are still waiting on the unions to make some tough decision, Gov. Dannel Malloy’s first legislative session has come to a close. If the proposed concessions are not agreed to and Malloy does need to follow through with the threat of 7,500 lay-offs, we’ll see what happens!

Malloy did call for a special session in the fall, focusing on job creation. With Connecticut’s unemployment still sitting higher than nine percent, it seems a necessary task (although it did reportedly initiate some groans from legislators who’ve been clocking in long hours!). The focus in the 2012, according to Malloy, will be education reform.

What do you think, folks? Now that the debate is over, how do you feel?

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