Connecticut GOP Offers Budget Ideas, No Social Service CutsRepublican legislative leaders offered ideas Thursday on how to close Connecticut's budget gap and ways to make structural changes for the long term.
Connecticut Would Be First State To Split Pension LiabilityConnecticut would be the first state to split its pension system into two funds in order to more easily pay off the unfunded liability, pension experts from Boston College said Tuesday.
Governor Wants To Reduce State Employee Workforce By 500Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he has a plan to further reduce Connecticut's state employee workforce by an additional 500 people.
Malloy, Lawmakers Yet To Agree On Connecticut Deficit SizeState legislators and Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Monday they've asked staff to nail down the size of Connecticut's current budget deficit in order to produce a possible bipartisan mid-year plan to balance the state's books.
Advocates: Latest Human Services Budget Cuts Are CallousNonprofit human service agencies and a top Connecticut lawmaker say they're dismayed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's recent budget cuts and warn these latest reductions will harm vulnerable people who need services such as mental health treatment and homeless shelters.
Connecticut Hospital Execs Call For Special Session On Cuts
Malloy Signs Revised Connecticut Budget Into LawConnecticut Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has signed a revised state budget into law, acknowledging he'd like to see at least one more change.
Lawmakers Consider Late Budget Changes, GOP Not Impressed
Malloy Wants To Scale Back Some Proposed Tax Changes
Malloy Offers Budget Tweaks
Connecticut Democrats Stand By Business Tax Changes
GE Looks At Leaving Connecticut In Response To Higher TaxesThe chief executive officer of General Electric Co. has told employees the company has begun looking at the possibility of relocating its Fairfield headquarters in response to the Connecticut legislature's adoption of a two-year budget that again raises business taxes.