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Connecticut’s Budget Revenues Are On Pace to Increase Rainy Day Fund »
Handball Courts, Splash Pads, and Grocery Store Among Projects Approved By Bond Commission »
Nappier Says Drafting Error Will Constrain Bonding Capacity; Malloy Administration Calls Attorney »
2019 Fiscal Year Starts In The Black »
Both Chambers Approve Amending State Tax Plan To Lessen Impact of Fed Changes »
Revenue Estimates Offer A Mixed Bag For Lawmakers »
Finance Committee Moves To Delay Bond Covenant »
Barnes Says Malloy Took ‘Light Touch’ To Legislature’s Two-Year Budget »
Legislative Leaders Alarmed At Hospital Appeals »
Connecticut’s Budget Is Still In The Red After Latest Revenue Estimates »
Malloy Administration Says No To $5M for Three Communities »
Lawmakers Aren’t Moved By Malloy Veto Threat »
House, Senate To Convene Next Week To Tackle Medicare Savings Program »
Malloy Looks To Commission To Help Preserve His Legacy, Jump Start Legislature »
West Haven, Hartford Would Qualify For Assistance »
Red Ink Could Trigger Deficit Mitigation »
Lawmakers Say Malloy’s Budget Holdbacks Are Punitive »
Revenues Already Falling Short In Bipartisan Budget »
Nappier, Malloy Offer Lawmakers Some Caution On Budget »
Local Elected Officials Call On Lawmakers To End Budget Stalemate »
Connecticut Would Run A $94M Deficit Without a Budget In Place »
Wage Contracts Released To Republicans »
State Will Use Rainy Day Fund To Close $107.2M Budget Hole »
New Haven, State Strike Deal Over Control of Union Station »
Malloy’s Revisions Continue To Ask Municipalities For Help Balancing The State Budget »
Budget Chief Orders Hiring Freeze As Income Tax Receipts Plummet »
Lembo Says State Will End Year With A $44.6M Deficit »
House Leader Ponders Phasing In Shift In Teacher Pension Costs To Municipalities »
Legislative Analysts Continue To Project A Deficit »
Malloy Budget Chief Continues To Use January Revenue Estimates »

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