Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is seeking broad campaign finance changes that would strengthen his re-election chances in 2014 and limit the possibilities of secret campaign finance donations.
Malloy and Democratic leaders in the General Assembly are meeting today to try to hammer out a compromise, according to a report on the Connecticut Mirror. An agreement is looking unlikely, the website report states, because of lingering issues that remain following Malloy's veto last week of a campaign finance disclosure bill.
The campaign finance issue has put Malloy at odds with fellow Democrats in the legislature, similar to the issue some Democrats had with the governor's measures earlier this year. That reform package, one of Malloy's central legislative initiatives, was eventually approved by the legislature earlier this year.