Social Networks We Use

Connecticut Network

Categories

Our Partners

Tag: “office of fiscal analysis”

Cities and Towns Try To Grab Lawmakers’ Attention »
Drop In Income Tax Receipts Plunge Connecticut’s Budget Further Into Deficit »
Legislative Analysts Continue To Project A Deficit »
Malloy Budget Chief Continues To Use January Revenue Estimates »
Nonpartisan Budget Analysts Predict Deficit As A Result of Income Tax Drop »
Connecticut Lawmakers Get A Glimpse of Budget Problems They Will Face »
Reports Highlight Budget Challenges, Fiscal Woes »
Revenue Drop Will Create Challenges For Next Two Year Budget »
Nonpartisan Budget Analysts Peg Deficit At $77.9M »
State Cuts Overtime By 14.5 Percent In 2016 »
Budget Bill Changes How State Will Estimate Deficits and Surpluses »
Lembo Sides With OFA, Pegs Budget Deficit at $219.9M »
Lembo Sides With Malloy On Budget Deficit »
Nonpartisan Analysts Peg Deficit At $72.2M »
Budget Deficit Estimated At $4.3B Over Four Years »
Revenues Still Lagging, Shortfall Expected to Double By 2017 »
Revenues Fall Short, Leaving 2015 Budget In Deficit »
OP-ED | The Sub-$15-an-hour Tax: A ‘First’ We Don’t Need »
Getting Rid of the Sales Tax On Diapers Will Cost The State $4.3M »
Lembo Sides With Governor’s Budget Office »
Nonpartisan Analysts: 2015 Budget Is Just Shy of Deficit Mitigation »
Malloy Scraps $55 Refund »
OFA, GOP: Malloy’s Budget Is Not Balanced »
More Than $7B A Year In Tax Exemptions, Expenditures, & Credits »
Budget Analysts Predict $488M Drop In Revenue »
Implementing Gun Bill Could Cost Up To $25M A Year »
State Budget Still In Deficit »
Dueling Deficit Projections and a Hiring Freeze »
Budget Deficit Grows As Revenue Drops »
Legislative Analysts Say Deficit Is About $124.4M »