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Malloy proposes $1.5B UConn STEM invesment

Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposed Jan. 31 a $1.5 billion investment into the University of Connecticut's science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) programs.

Malloy touts new initiatives

In advance of his budget unveiling Feb. 6, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has announced several new initiatives his administration plans to pursue.

State deficit projected to grow $300M

Higher-than-projected Medicaid costs in Connecticut have helped push the state’s projected 2013 budget deficit from $60 million to $365 million.

County legislators announce budget hearing schedule

The Westchester County Board of Legislators will be holding three public hearings on the 2013 budget.

Astorino unveils 2013 budget featuring 126 layoffs

County Executive Rob Astorino (R-Mount Pleasant) unveiled his $1.7 billion 2013 budget, featuring no increase on property taxes and 126 layoffs.

Astorino previews budget, 800 layoffs possible

Unless union concessions are made, the county might lay off more than 800 employees to close an $86 million budget gap.

Gov. Cuomo in Purchase to sign state budget

Gov. Andrew Cuomo was at Manhattanville College in Purchase April 5 to sign the state's fiscal year 2012-2013 budget.

Obama’s budget spells bad news for the county

Obama’s budget proposals target the wealthiest residents in Fairfield County and elsewhere.

Budgetary sleight of hand

In the 1960s, the rallying cry was “Power to the people.” In 2012 Albany, power seems to be slipping away from the people, specifically the state Legislature...

State’s man

Just like those daring young men in their flying machines of old, barnstorming the state has proved to be a good thing for Gov. Andrew Cuomo.

Verdict still out on Cuomo’s regional plan

Economic development officials are waiting to gauge the impact of Gov. Cuomo’s proposed regional councils to spur business investment.

Cuomo takes budget pitch to Marist

He calls for and end to Albany’s dysfunction

Examining exemptions

Tax exemptions and credit cuts could help cure deficit disparity.