Gov. Dannel Malloy touched briefly on Connecticut’s finances Wednesday against the hovering backdrop of the Newtown school shootings in his third state of the state address.

“It won’t surprise anyone here today that this speech is very different than the one I first envisioned giving,” Malloy said at the state capitol in Hartford, less than a month after a shooter killed 27 people, including 20 children, at Sandy Hook Elementary School.

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