Gov Dannel Malloy was criticized by Republicans last month for raising CT’s long-term debt. So what did he do today?

Malloy, who controls the State Bond Commission, has cancelled the October and November meetings of the commission. Last month, he was the target of criticism from Republicans including Sen. Minority Leader John McKinney of Fairfield, an announced candidate for the GOP gubernatorial nomination next year, for running up capital expenditures this year of nearly $2 billion. So cancelling the two regular monthly meetings is a way to keep a lid on further debt. See you at the end of December, bond commission members.