State approves funding for job expansion in Connecticut

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Gov. Dannel Malloy is looking to inject more opportunities for Connecticut.

The governor is allocating nearly $81 million in grants and loans to help 16 companies relocate and create jobs in the state.

The companies are expected to add nearly 3,900 new jobs and retain about 15,000 others.

The State Bond Commission approved the funding Friday.

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