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Gov. Malloy offers two plans to keep state running without a...

The state enters Fiscal Year 2018 with a projected General Fund deficit of more than $2.1 billion.

No budget? No worries: Malloy drafting plan to maintain essential services

A detailed plan will be finalized and released publicly before June 30, the governor said.

CBIA offers five changes to CT budget to solve fiscal crisis

The group’s five suggestions include modifying state employee retirement benefits and rebalancing long-term health care.

CT state tourism office turns up marketing heat

“We put money in the state's checkbook," declares Connecticut Office of Tourism Director Randy Fiveash.

Moody’s: CT’s weak economy is the ‘new normal’

The agency believes that Connecticut's economy is unlikely to improve over the next several years.

Lembo: Connecticut facing $42 million deficit at end of fiscal year

The figure is significantly higher than the $5.7 million deficit recently projected by Policy and Management Secretary Benjamin Barnes.

State-local partnership panel formed to address shortfall in state aid to...

Towns and cities originally were told sales tax revenue sharing would amount to $246 million this fiscal year, but that figure was cut to $185 million.

Comptroller reports slight improvement in state deficit

Kevin Lembo said that erratic reports on job and wage growth – both locally and nationally – have complicated the forecasting process.

State ends fiscal year with $315.8 million deficit

Comptroller Kevin Lembo said the budget reserve fund should be enough to offset the general fund shortfall.

Malloy cuts $102M from budget

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy is cutting more than $102 million from the budget in an effort to keep it balanced.

State ledgers fill with black ink

In October 2007, the nation’s cars averaged 20.1 miles per gallon; the August figure was 24.9 mpg.

Outlets eye wealthy Latin travelers

Woodbury Commons and Budget Car Rental see mutual advantages.

Commissions survive budget cuts

When Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed a consolidation of the state’s advocacy agencies into the Commission on Citizen Advocacy he may have forgotten who he was dealing with—advocates.

Report: St. Vincent’s cuts 100 jobs, lays off 50

St. Vincent's Medical Center cut 100 positions and laid off 50 employees this week to save $10 million, according to the Connecticut Post.

‘Tough choices’ define two-year, $44 billion spending plan

With a 19-17 vote, state senators gave final approval last week to a $37.6 billion budget for Connecticut’s 2014 and 2015 fiscal years.