HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut budget officials are considering ways to help Planned Parenthood continue offering services after the organization declined federal funds because of an abortion dispute with the Trump administration. A spokesman for the Office of Policy and Management said Wednesday the agency shared the concerns of Democratic state senators, who sent a […]
Connecticut’s main spending account has a projected surplus, for now.
Connecticut lawmakers say work on the state budget will continue through the weekend in an effort to end the monthslong impasse.
State Comptroller Kevin Lembo says Connecticut is on track to end the fiscal year with a $224 million deficit.
Connecticut’s current budget deficit is now large enough to require the governor to submit a deficit-cutting plan to the General Assembly.
Connecticut’s budget battle continues at the Capitol.
Lawmakers may hope they’re close to ending a monthslong budget stalemate, but there’s concern damage has already been done to Connecticut’s economy and job picture.
Gov. Dannel P. Malloy says he doesn’t foresee an agreement on a new two-year, state budget for Connecticut until possibly the fall.
Senate Republican Minority Leader Len Fasano appreciates that Governor Ned Lamont is open to having a dialogue with GOP legislators, but he couldn’t find much to work together on in this budget speech.
For the time being, the state's budget for next year looks to be heading in the right direction, according to the state's comptroller.