Governor Malloy and State Comptroller Kevin Lembo announced Tuesday that the state of Connecticut will save approximately $1.68 billion through another reduction in the state’s future unfunded state employee and retiree health care liabilities.
The state comptroller has pegged the state deficit projected for fiscal year 2013 at 131.3 million dollars, little changed from a month ago.
Connecticut’s projected deficit for the current fiscal year is up about $100 million in the last month, according to the latest projection from Comptroller Kevin Lembo.
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo says the state budget deficit will reach at least $415 million when the fiscal year ends next June.
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo says current projections put the sate with a $60 million deficit this budget year
Comptroller Kevin Lembo is confirming projections that the state of Connecticut’s current fiscal year is projected to end at least $200 million in the red.
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo says Connecticut’s current fiscal year budget is projected to end with a $20.7 million deficit.
By EVERTON BAILEY Jr., Associated Press Writer HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) _ The candidates for Connecticut comptroller believe their race could be one to watch, if more state voters knew the job existed. In an election […]