Gov. Malloy’s State Of The State Address

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy presented his State Of The State address to a joint senate-house session in the House chamber of the State Capitol Thursday night. The beginning of the 2014 legislative session was delayed a because of the snow storm that hid the state yesterday. Malloy spoke for the better part of an hour, with his speech being interrupted by applause dozens of times.

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Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reacts to applause after being introduced to a joint senate-house session to present his state of the state address at the beginning of the snow-delayed 2014 legislative session on Thursday. Behind are Lieutenant Governor, Nancy Wyman, left, and Senetor and President Pro Tempore, Donald Williams.

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reacts to applause after being introduced to a joint senate-house session to present his state of the state address at the beginning of the snow-delayed 2014 legislative session on Thursday. Behind are Lieutenant Governor, Nancy Wyman, left, and Senetor and President Pro Tempore, Donald Williams.

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