Capitol Report: Malloy halts state transportation projects

Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy (WTNH / Joe Sferazza)

HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH) — The breaks have been slammed on state transportation projects.

Last Wednesday, Governor Malloy stopped $4.3 billion in projects aimed at improving transportation around the state.

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The ball is now in the General Assembly’s court.

Those projects, big and small, are all on hold unless lawmakers can find a way to appropriate money for the state’s Special Transportation Fund.

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News 8’s Chief Capitol Correspondent Mark Davis joined the show to discuss this issue.

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