Lawmakers Send Budget Fixes To Governor, But Issues RemainConnecticut's state budget debate is over -- at least for now.
State Senate Approves Budget FixesIt took the Connecticut Senate just about two minutes to make some fixes to the recently passed bipartisan budget.
Deficits Projected In New State BudgetConnecticut is projected to end this fiscal year and the fiscal year beginning July 1 in the red.
Lawmakers Plan Budget-Fix SessionsThe House of Representatives and Senate expect to meet next week.
State Office Still Hopes To Run CT-NGovernor Malloy has offered to find $400,000 in additional state funding from executive branch agencies to help save the network , keeping it independent.
Teachers Union Drops Lawsuit Against The StateThe new state budget restores 95 percent of school funding for most districts.
Governor Seeks Budget Language FixGovernor Malloy says hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal revenue could be at risk.
Senate Passes Budget AgreementA long-awaited, bipartisan compromise state budget agreement — repeatedly dubbed historic — cleared the Connecticut Senate early Thursday morning.
Lawmakers Self-Impose Budget Announcement DeadlineEven if a deal is not announced Wednesday afternoon it is expected closed-door negotiations will continue.
Lawmakers Report Progress,But Still No BudgetThe governor is dismayed with the slow pace of negotiations and believes hundreds of millions of dollars still separate lawmakers from a budget deal.
Lawmakers Report Progress In Budget NegotiationsThe legislature's Office of Fiscal Analysis estimates the two sides are about $100 million apart.
Malloy Vetoes GOP Budget PlanIt's official: Governor Dannel Malloy has vetoed the Republican-crafted state budget plan, sent to him with a handful of Democratic votes earlier this month.