Governor Dan Malloy is vetoing a bill passed by the legislature that would limit the state's bailout of the city of Hartford.
The state is picking up over 500-million-dollars of Hartford's general obligation debt over more than two decades.
Many lawmakers were unaware of the price tag when they signed off on the measure last year, and the bill limiting the bailout was passed in response.
Malloy says the Municipal Assistance Review Board system is working and should be left alone.
It is unclear whether they will enough votes to override the veto.