Malloy expects to cut taxes

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — Gov. Dannel Malloy predicted his state budget will produce more than enough money to pay for spending increases he has made, and he made what appeared to be a campaign promise for a second term.

“I have absolutely no expectation and I do not believe that we will do anything but cut taxes for the foreseeable future,” Malloy said at a news conference the day after the end of the legislative session.

Malloy is running for a second term as governor. He will face one of several Republicans who are vying for the party’s nomination.

Chief Political Correspondent Mark Davis will have more on Malloy’s comments tonight on News 8 beginning at 5.

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