November 20, 2014
by Kristi Allen | November 20, 2014 8:29am
November 19, 2014
by Christine Stuart | November 19, 2014 3:30pm
by Christine Stuart | November 19, 2014 9:07am
(Updated 12:42 p.m.) State Treasurer Denise Nappier wrote to legislative leaders Tuesday to let them know the state’s cash position had declined and late last week she transferred money from bond proceeds to help cover operating expenses.
by Christine Stuart | November 19, 2014 12:01am
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November 18, 2014
by Christine Stuart | November 18, 2014 12:30pm
by Kristi Allen | November 18, 2014 5:30am
November 17, 2014
by Christine Stuart | November 17, 2014 12:31pm
Just back from a National Governors Association meeting in Colorado, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said the $99.5 million budget deficit reported by his budget office last week was “de minimis.”
November 14, 2014
by Christine Stuart | November 14, 2014 4:29pm
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s budget office issued a report late Friday projecting that the state would end the 2015 fiscal year with a $99.5 million budget deficit. That’s about $10.4 million more than the $89.1 million deficit the legislature’s nonpartisan Office of Fiscal Analysis projected earlier Friday.
Tags: budget deficit, OFA, projections, surplus, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, Len Fasano, Kevin Lembo, dh
by Christine Stuart | November 14, 2014 9:54am
November 12, 2014
by Kristi Allen | November 12, 2014 1:28pm
Connecticut women have made impressive gains in the in the workforce in the past 15 years, but there are still deep disparities that need to be addressed, Permanent Commission on the Status of Women Director Carolyn Treiss said Wednesday.