State Budget doesn't increase tax rates but it does increase taxes.
It took 117 days to produce 881 pages of a state budget. So, what’s in it?
It took nearly four months of extra innings negotiations, but Connecticut lawmakers finally managed last week to pass a bipartisan tax-and-spending plan for the fiscal year that began July 1.
In a ceremony created for Twitter fans everywhere, Governor Lamont put his ‘John Hancock’ on the 2 year, $43 billion budget last Wednesday.
Budget talks at the state capitol is ongoing. So far, there’s no deal in sight.
HARTFORD, Conn. (WTNH)–Another long day of budget talks between state Democrats and Republicans is over, and there is still no sign of a budget deal. On Wednesday, leaders from both parties came out of talks and held a news conference, saying they have been making some progress on coming up with a budget deal, but […]
Governor Lamont announced on Thursday that a deal on the 2020-2021 budget has been reached between the Governor and Democrats of the House and the Senate.
News 8’s Chief Political Correspondent Mark Davis is at the State Capitol for the long haul Friday, as lawmakers continue to work towards a state budget deal.
Public school teachers around the state are pushing hard against a part of the bipartisan state budget deal. It calls on teachers to contribute more to their pension plan, but the head of the largest teacher union calls it an unfair tax on teachers.
Day 110 without a state budget, and the top leaders of the General Assembly say that have an agreement “in principle.”