Malloy Focuses On Budget As Session Enters Second HalfFairer distribution of town aid, continued criminal justice reforms, and no gimmicks. Governor Dannel Malloy says those are among the ingredients any state budget proposal needs, to win his support.
Malloy Budget Plan Includes Tax Increases, Labor SavingsGov. Dannel P. Malloy's $20 billion budget plan for the next fiscal year includes about $200 million in new taxes.
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Details Of Malloy's Budget Plan EmergeIn his budget address Wednesday afternoon, Governor Dannel Malloy will call for $1.36 billion in new spending reductions next fiscal year, to close a projected deficit if almost $1.7 billion.
Ray Dunaway: Connecticut's Budget, Pensions and Debt...What to do?Keith Phaneuf, CTMirror.org state budget reporter, joins Ray live in studio. The state is in a budget mess, pensions are underfunded, the debt is growing. What needs to happen?
GOP Floats Plan To Restore Mid-Year Education CutsLegislative Republicans are proposing a plan that would restore mid-year education aid cuts to cities and towns ordered by the Malloy administration in December to help balance the state budget.
Malloy's Budget Proposal Would Eliminate Property Tax CreditGov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget proposal will eliminate Connecticut's $200 property tax credit to help balance the state's books.
Lawmakers Tentatively Approve Pension Restructuring DealGov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is urging Connecticut lawmakers to approve a tentative plan to restructure state pension obligations and help avoid huge payments that loom in the future.
Nonprofit Human Service Providers Pitch Cost Saving Through PrivatizationNonprofit human services providers say they can help solve Connecticut's budget problems by taking over more state-operated programs, an idea that appears to be gaining steam among some legislative Democrats as well as Republicans.
Malloy 'Not Leading With Taxes' In Budget ProposalGovernor Dannel Malloy says he is not "leading with taxes" in the state budget proposal he will present to lawmakers next month-- but he's also not taking them off the table.
Malloy's Office Says Current Deficit Declines $26 millionConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget office says cost-cutting measures have helped to reduce the current fiscal year's projected budget deficit by approximately $26 million.
Barnes: Pension Payments Driving Latest Budget ChallengesGov. Dannel P. Malloy's budget director is warning Connecticut lawmakers that the next two-year state budget faces "significant pressure'' from slowing revenues and looming payments for unfunded pension liabilities and other old debt.