The newest member of the Connecticut Bond Commission, state Sen. Scott Frantz, R-Greenwich, wasted no time at his first meeting on the panel questioning Gov. Dannel Malloy about long-term debt.

Malloy told Frantz that Connecticut’s capital budget may rise by $1.8 billion this year. About $2.2 billion in the state’s current $20 billion budget goes toward debt service.

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