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Tag: “State Budget”

Regents Ready Community College Consolidation »
Red Ink Could Trigger Deficit Mitigation »
Survey Finds Residents Believe Business Conditions Are Worsening »
Senate Cleans Up Budget, Forwards It On To House »
Revenues Already Falling Short In Bipartisan Budget »
Wall Street Says Budget Is Good for Connecticut, But Bad for UConn »
Care4Kids Reopens Following Budget Allocation »
Too Soon To Tell What The Fiscal Future Holds »
Malloy Signs Budget, But Makes Changes To Hospital Funding »
Lawmakers May Reconvene To Clarify Hospital Tax »
What Else Was In The Budget? »
Energy Industry Threatens Lawsuit Over State Budget Raid »
Lawmakers Put It In Reverse, Reconsider Ending Motor Vehicle Tax »
Fourth Town Joins CEA Lawsuit »
Malloy Refuses To Meet Until Legislators Give Him A Budget Document »
OP-ED | Connecticut Schools Face Uncertain Future »
Jepsen Says It’s Not Clear How Court Might Rule On Challenge to Malloy’s Executive Order »
House To Hold Veto Override Session Tuesday »
‘Gang of Three’ - Senate Dems Buck Party to Vote for GOP Budget »
Republicans Pivot To 2018 As Democrats Work On Finishing Budget »
Budget Negotiations Slowed, Finance Meeting Postponed »
Legislative Dems Dealing Directly With Malloy; Republicans to Release Budget Today »
House Democrats Remain Determined To Vote On Budget »
OP-ED | Through Challenging Times, Connecticut Teachers Teach - Always »
OP-ED | A Question For Us All - How Much Pain Is Too Much? »
Budget Impasse Wears On Business Owners »
Connecticut Would Run A $94M Deficit Without a Budget In Place »
OP-ED | CCM Initiatives Reflect Municipal Leaders’ Commitment To Collectivity »
Connecticut Would Save Planned Parenthood If Congress Defunds It »
Little Progress Following Budget Discussions »