Malloy: Budget Unlikely By October 1; Education Payments To Towns Would Be CutGovernor Dannel Malloy today said the state will probably not have a budget in time to distribute education funding to towns on October 1.
Malloy Plan Would Eliminate School Aid To 85 DistrictsGov. Dannel P. Malloy's new spending plan would eliminate state education aid to 85 school districts and cut school aid to another 54 cities and towns, if the state budget impasse isn't resolved by next month.
Governor's Ceremony Celebrates Earlier Signing Of Criminal Justice BillsAt the Faith Congregational Church in the north end of Hartford today, the governor hosted a ceremony celebrating his recent signing of several criminal justice bills.
Governor Slams House Leaders Over Lack Of BudgetGovernor Dannel Malloy today said it would be a dereliction of duty for lawmakers in the state Senate to fail to vote on his temporary budget plan by the start of the new fiscal year Saturday.
Malloy Signs East Windsor Tribal Casino BillGov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed legislation into law that could lead to a new tribal casino in East Windsor, the first casino to be built on non-tribal land in Connecticut.
Malloy, Unions Sign Tentative Concessions DealPerhaps in an effort to jump start state budget talks, Governor Dannel Malloy says he has signed a tentative concessions deal with state employee unions.
Malloy Unveils Revised State Budget PackageGovernor Dannel Malloy, on Monday, unveiled a revised state budget plan to address eroding revenues from the state income tax, which have grown the state's projected budget deficit to $2.3 billion for the fiscal year starting July 1.
Democrats, Republicans Concerned About Malloy's Budget CutsBoth Democratic and Republican legislative leaders say they have concerns with Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's plan to close the $389 million deficit in Connecticut's current budget.
Malloy Orders Immediate Cuts To Balance Current State BudgetGov. Dannel P. Malloy is ordering $33.5 million in immediate cuts, among other steps, to balance Connecticut's current budget without having to borrow money.
Estimates Show Connecticut's Budget Revenues WorseningNew revenue estimates released Monday show the state's budget problems continue to worsen, creating greater challenges for Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state legislators as they try to negotiate a new two-year budget with a projected deficit that has ballooned to $5 billion.
Malloy Invites Lawmakers To Discuss Budget Next WeekDemocratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is asking battling legislative leaders to meet with him next week to "chart a course together" for reaching an agreement on a new, balanced state budget.
Relatives Of Group Home Residents Speak Out Against Privatization, LayoffsRelatives of some of Connecticut's most vulnerable residents are again speaking out against plans to privatize state group homes and the potential for more state employee layoffs.