Gov. Lamont urges hedge fund managers to stay in Connecticut

Gov. Ned Lamont made his pitch to some of Connecticut's wealthiest voters Tuesday.
Lamont spoke at the Greenwich Economic Forum, which brings together private equity and hedge fund leaders.
The governor urged executives to stay in Connecticut.
He says the state has plenty of jobs but not enough trained workers.
Republican Bob Stefanowski says Connecticut's high taxes and cost of living are luring the state's richest residents to states like Texas and Florida.