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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont is to meet with state legislative leaders this week to discuss the possibility of a special session to work out his controversial highway toll proposal.

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Governor Ned Lamont is disappointed that a public option for healthcare insurance was killed in the Connecticut legislative session that ended this week.

Danielle Wedderburn / WSHU

Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont says he does not support the paid family and medical leave bill drafted by Democratic lawmakers and that he’ll veto the bill if it’s passed.

Johnathon Henninger

Connecticut Democratic House Speaker Joe Aresimowicz says lawmakers might not have time to consider a controversial highway toll bill before the state’s legislative session ends in June.

Susan Haigh / AP

Connecticut lawmakers have less than three weeks to go until the end of the legislative session, and Governor Lamont still wants them to take up his highway toll proposal.