HARTFORD, Conn. — Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Friday that he won’t be meeting with Democratic legislative leaders to go over their bipartisan budget agreement until he’s able to review a document.
“I cannot give feedback on a budget I have not seen and reviewed,” Malloy told reporters during a half-hour conversation in his state Capitol office. “In reality, without a line-by-line document with hard numbers there is no balanced budget to discuss.”
He said he’s more concerned as the days go on that legislative leaders reached a budget deal he won’t be able to sign.
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