Malloy says he vetoed a similar bill last year so this year’s veto should come as no surprise.
The bill would “remove the authority now vested in a charter revision commission to consider all aspects of a charter in discharging its obligations,” Malloy wrote.
He said municipal charters form the “fundamental framework of local government” and he worries it could be used by a dominant political party in a given town to increase their majority. He also worries it would limit public input into the charter revision process.
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