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Governor accused of ‘sabotaging’ budge
“Connecticut House Minority Leader Themis Klarides says Governor Malloy is attempting to “sabotage” the budget process with his budget cut to municipalities last month. But she says legislative leaders are hoping to rectify the situation, during this extensive interview on Brad & Dan.”
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