Republicans, who criticized Malloy and the majority Democrats for not cutting more spending to address what was the largest per-capital deficit in the nation, questioned the governor's statement, given the projected deficits and high unemployment figures."Anyone who believes we in the state of Connecticut are in a better place than we were two years ago, I'd like to hear why," Cafero said.
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