Fiscal Commission Hopeful Lawmakers Will Heed Their IdeasLeaders of a new state panel recommending how to make Connecticut more financially stable are optimistic the General Assembly will seriously consider their recommendations because there's recognition a crisis is at hand.
Agency Unable To Implement Digital Special Education FormEducation Commissioner Dianna Wentzell says her agency was unable to follow through with a 2015 state law authorizing a new digitized form that public schools can use to outline special education services.
Connecticut Tax Revenue Projections Rise $900MThe office of Connecticut's governor says the state's projected revenue from personal income tax collections has risen by more than $900 million.
Income Tax Windfall For CTState Leaders have received a belated Christmas present.
Surge In State Revenue Reported Ahead Of Tax ChangesThe governor's office today announced that the state is collecting $900-million more than expected, in December and January. The governor says it is promising news for the state.
Amistad Group Says It Will Shut Down Without State Aid
Lawmakers Postpone Medicare Fix Until Monday Due To StormConnecticut lawmakers are postponing their plans to fix a program that provides financial assistance to Medicare recipients.
Lawmakers Pushing Ahead With Plans For Medicare Program FixConnecticut lawmakers are expected to push ahead this week with plans to restore funding for a program that helps about 140,000 seniors pay for Medicare expenses.
Lawmakers To Return To Hartford Friday, TechnicallyThe General Assembly will hold a brief 'technical session' to fulfill a provision of state law.
Malloy Released Deficit Mitigation ProposalGovernor Dannel Malloy has released a proposed deficit mitigation plan for state lawmakers to consider as a means to eliminate a $208 million deficit in the bipartisan budget they passed earlier this fall.
Malloy, Lawmakers To Meet On How To Fix Budget DeficitLegislative leaders are planning to meet with Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy to discuss how to handle a growing deficit in Connecticut's budget.
Lawmakers Consider Special Session To Address Cuts To Medicare Savings ProgramState lawmakers are planning a special session before the end of the year, to lessen the blow from cuts to a program that helps seniors afford Medicare health coverage.

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