Dec 09, 2015

Proposed ‘lock-box’ falls short; state budget changes approved - Connecticut Post

HARTFORD — Hours after the state Senate unanimously approved a proposed constitutional amendment Tuesday to protect transportation funding, the measure failed to pass in the House of Representatives with the support required to put it on the 2016 statewide ballot. [...] the 100-40 House vote means that a constitutional amendment will not reach voters until the 2018 gubernatorial election, if the...

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