In what was perhaps the loneliest-looking budget signing ceremony in Connecticut history, Gov. Malloy put his “John Hancock” on a two-year $41.3 billion deal.
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This was a deal he had no part of putting together as he was shut out of negotiations.
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The panel discusses the deal as well as the winners and losers of the process in the video above.