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
Connecticut Lawmakers Hope To Vote On Budget In Coming DaysDemocratic legislative leaders are hoping to vote in the coming days on a revised Connecticut budget for next fiscal year, which is about $922 million in deficit.
More State Employees Receive Layoff NoticesLatest notices go out to Correction Department workers
Despite Mitigation Efforts, State Deficit Persists in Current Fiscal YearShortfall stands at just over 141 million dollars
Gov. Malloy And Fellow Democrats At Odds Over State BudgetConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and his fellow Democrats in the General Assembly are at odds over how to fix the projected $922 million deficit in next fiscal year's approximate $20 billion budget.
State Employee Layoff Number IncreasesDepartment of Social Services workers the latest to receive pink slips
New Budget Proposal Released By MalloyConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is calling on non-union state employees and elected officials to pay 20 percent of their health care benefits as part of his revised plan to cover next fiscal year's entire deficit, which has grown to as much as $933 million.
State Budget Writers Consider $570M In Reduced SpendingThe Connecticut General Assembly's budget-writing committee plans to vote on a revised budget that reduces the spending plan by nearly $570 million in the new fiscal year.