Governor Prepares For No BudgetWhile Connecticut legislators still hope to reach a budget agreement before the fiscal year ends next week, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is moving ahead with preparations to run state government without a final plan in place.
New Deficit Numbers Are InGovernor Malloy's budget director says the deficit for the current fiscal year is down $215.5 million to $107.2 million
Comptroller Projects FY17 Deficit
Governor's Budget Director Releases New Deficit ProjectionRepublican legislative leaders are questioning the numbers
New Projection Shows State Budget In DeficitThe latest estimate comes from the Legislature's nonpartisan fiscal office
Connecticut Closes Out Year With $170.4 Million DeficitConnecticut is officially closing out last fiscal year with a $170.4 million deficit in the state's main spending account.
COST: State Budget Cuts Will Hit TownsThe state budget signed into law by Governor Dannel maloy includes a cut in aid to local cities and towns.
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
Budget Negotiations ContinueDemocratic leaders still optimistic vote can be held prior to Wednesday night adjournment
Connecticut's Red Ink Continues To FlowDeficit projections for this and next fiscal year grow
More Layoffs At Child Welfare Agency127 DCF workers have now received layoff notices
Legislative Republicans Propose Deficit Mitigation PlanGOP says their proposal covers the entire projected 922 million dollar deficit in fiscal 2017