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Focus Returns To State Budget

by | Apr 11, 2013 4:30am () Comments | Commenting has expired | Share

With the gun bill signed into law, dozens of special interest groups will descend upon the state Capitol on Thursday to convince lawmakers to restore the funds cut by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy as part of his two-year, $43.8 billion state budget.

The Connecticut Hospital Association will hold a press conference at 11 a.m. to discuss the $550 million in cuts to the state’s hospitals, and charter school advocates will hold a press conference at 10:15 a.m. to ask that a delay in funding be restored.

The hospital press conference will be held in room 1B of the Legislative Office Building and the charter school rally will be held on the north steps of the state Capitol.

Check back later for our reports on both events.

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posted by: lkulmann | April 12, 2013  2:55pm

CT hospital CEO salaries....fyi

posted by: CTResidentForLife | April 15, 2013  1:03pm

I have a feeling more people will be forced to leave the state due to the irresponsible politicians excessive spending & removals of freedoms such as the leftwing agenda driven gun control bill that just passed, which does absolutely nothing to keep children safer.

I will be leaving this state as soon as possible.

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