Gov. Malloy announces big increase in Connecticut jobs

Gov. Dannel Malloy announced an increase in job growth across Connecticut.
In the last year, 23,000 private sector jobs have been created.  It’s the biggest one-year gain since 2011.
Following a Bond Commission meeting, Malloy said the news was a win.
The commission also approved $10 million to build more affordable housing units, and $300 million toward roads and infrastructure. 
"In short, this bond agenda lives up to the philosophy that investing in our communities is a core component of forward-thinking economic development efforts," said Malloy.
Other approved funding includes $10 million in school security grants.