Connecticut Governor Jodi Rell vetoed a bill passed by the state legislature that would have allowed Connecticut to set its own accounting standards to balance the budget.
“I have serious concerns about the potential fiscal impact this bill may have on the state,” said Rell in a statement. “The plain language of this bill would allow the comptroller to issue financial statements in whatever standards she prescribed.”
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