Courthouses Targeted For ClosureAt least four Connecticut courthouses are expected to close because of a $77 million Judicial Branch budget reduction imposed by Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and state lawmakers.
State Senate Leaders Opt Against Budget Veto OverrideDemocratic leaders of the Connecticut Senate have scuttled any plans to override Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's line-item budget veto that cut $22 million from the $19.7 billion plan.
COST: State Budget Cuts Will Hit TownsThe state budget signed into law by Governor Dannel maloy includes a cut in aid to local cities and towns.
Malloy: Budget Faces $15 M Cut If Criminal Justice Bill DiesGov. Dannel P. Malloy says the state's budget could face a $15 million cut if Connecticut lawmakers don't return in a special session to pass his criminal justice reform bill.
Judicial Branch Announces Additional CutsMore job reductions are in the offing in the state's judicial system.
More State Layoffs AnnouncedThe state Office of Policy and Management is announcing additional layoffs from the executive branch of government.
Connecticut Judicial Branch Details Layoff PlansThe Connecticut Judicial Branch is detailing the jobs affected by layoff notices which went out earlier this month to 113 employees, as a result of the state's ongoing budget crisis.
State Job Cuts To Be More Than 2,500Answering questions after a public appearance in Hartford today, Governor Dannel Malloy said the latest version of the state budget will result in the elimination of the jobs of more state employees.
Republicans Complain About Partial Release Of Budget DetailsRepublican lawmakers in the Connecticut General Assembly are complaining that there's only been a partial release of budget bills ahead of a special legislative session.
State Budget Battle Goes Into Extra InningsDemocratic leaders scrapped plans Wednesday evening to push through an 11th-hour budget deal on the final day of the legislative session, acknowledging there was not enough time to pass the bill.
Democratic Budget Deal Reached, Vote TodayDemocratic legislative leaders and Democratic Gov. Dannel P. Malloy reached a tentative eleventh-hour budget deal late Tuesday to cover a projected $960 million deficit.
Signs Appear At Capitol That Budget Talks Will Resume There are signs budget negotiations will resume at the Connecticut state Capitol.

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