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Malloy said he has suspended talks with the state’s two federally recognized tribes over a new gambling compact — a recognition that the General Assembly is unlikely to return in special session for a debate on sports wagering. “Three weeks ago, we were within days of reaching an agreement,” Malloy said of the tribes. “I don’t think circumstances have changed dramatically, except that the Republicans in the legislature have indicated they don’t want come to come into session on this topic. Unless that changes or unless the Democrats say they want to come in, then there wouldn’t be a session. There would be no reason to continue negotiations.” The next governor and new General Assembly take office on Jan. 9.
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