RAY DUNAWAY: Fairness In Malloy's State Budget?Chris Powell, managing editor of the Journal Inquirer in Manchester, looks into Governor Malloy's state budget proposal, and why it has raised some interesting questions about fairness.
Senate Republican President: Malloy Budget Plan Would Create 'Chaos'Republicans and industry groups are criticizing Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget, saying it would hurt working- and middle-class families while increasing costs for hospitals.
Malloy's New State Budget Plan To Shift Education FundsGov. Dannel P. Malloy is set to announce a new state budget plan that would shift some education funding from wealthy to needy communities while making cities and towns pay more than $400 million a year in teacher pension costs that previously were shouldered by the state.
Arena Renovations Included In Governor's Budget ProposalProposal includes increasing the seating capacity and adding a concourse
Malloy To Unveil New Budget Plan To Fix Another DeficitGov. Dannel P. Malloy is expected to unveil another tight two-year state budget proposal, considering Connecticut still faces budget deficit problems despite successive years of cuts, tax increases, layoffs and other changes.
Malloy Says His Budget Will Provide Towns With Mandate HelpGov. Dannel P. Malloy says his new two-year budget proposal will include measures that could bring financial relief to Connecticut cities and towns struggling to pay for unfunded state mandates.
Senate GOP Leader Seeking Post-Thanksgiving Budget MeetingLen Fasano urges Governor Malloy to meet with lawmakers
CT Agencies Plan For Possible Budget Cuts Next YearIn response to a letter from Gov. Dannel Malloy's budget chief, state department heads have reportedly submitted detailed plans about what a 10 percent cut in funding to their specific agency might look like.
Malloy Considering Business Tax Changes In New BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he is considering tax changes that will help make the state's business climate more competitive in his new two-year budget proposal.
State Officials Still Seeing Red In Current Fiscal yearThe state deficit for the fiscal year ending June 30th is projected to be 260 million dollars
State House Approves Budget8 Democrats joined Republicans opposition
State Senate Approves BudgetHouse of Representatives plans a budget vote Friday

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