Connecticut budget

New England News
12:20 pm
Thu January 8, 2015

Transportation Focus Of Malloy's State Of State; Injured Senator Returns

Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.)
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On a day that included musical performances, a parade through Hartford and the start of the legislative session, Connecticut’s Governor Dannel Malloy was sworn in to a second term Wednesday. The Democrat focused on transportation in his address to lawmakers.

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New England News
5:45 pm
Wed January 7, 2015

Malloy Lays Out Transportation Vision In State Of The State

Gov. Dannel Malloy (D-Conn.)
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On a day that included musical performances, a parade through Hartford and the start of the legislative session, Connecticut’s Governor Dannel Malloy was sworn in to a second term Wednesday. The Democrat focused on transportation as he addressed lawmakers.

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New England News
5:54 am
Sat January 3, 2015

Comptroller Sets Connecticut Deficit At $31.6 Million

Conn. Comptroller Kevin Lembo (D-Conn.)
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State Comptroller Kevin Lembo says Connecticut is on track to end the current fiscal year with a $31.6 million budget deficit.

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New England News
3:14 pm
Thu December 25, 2014

About 200 Conn. Officials To Receive Raises

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About 200 officials in Connecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's administration are getting a present this holiday season: a pay raise ranging from 3 percent to 12 percent.

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New England News
4:00 am
Sat May 3, 2014

Connecticut Budget Deal Won't Include Keno

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Connecticut Democrats say they've reached an agreement on a revised budget for the new fiscal year that begins on July 1.

Democratic legislators, who control the General Assembly, are expected to call the budget bill up for a vote this weekend.

This year's session of the General Assembly adjourns on Wednesday.

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New England News
6:12 am
Wed April 10, 2013

Municipal leaders to lobby against car tax cut

Municipal officials from across Connecticut are headed to the Capitol to propose changes to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget plan.

Mayors, first selectmen and town managers have scheduled a news conference and meetings with lawmakers on Wednesday.

Local officials are expected to ask the legislature's Finance and Appropriations committees to "do no harm" to municipalities and highlight possible cuts in municipal aid that would result from Malloy's proposed budget.

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