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State retires $1B debt from Jodi Rell administration

“Completing payment on the Economic Recovery Notes closes a regrettable chapter in Connecticut’s financial history,” Gov. Dannel Malloy said.

Legislative leaders, Malloy to discuss projected $207.8 million budget deficit

Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano and Gov. Dannel Malloy's office are engaged in a war of words about the situation.

House, Senate approve changes to Connecticut state budget

The bill implements changes in the structure of the controversial hospital tax, among other things.

Connecticut headed for budget deficit of $178.4 million this fiscal year

“These numbers are disappointing but not unexpected," said Senate President Pro Tempore Martin M. Looney and Senate Republican President Pro Tempore Len Fasano in a joint statement.

Conn. lawmakers to return next week for final budget tweaks

Topping the bill: Revising language surrounding the hospital tax.

Bridgeport takes green energy lead with thermal loop

Pending regulatory approval, the project -- designed to provide a more environmentally friendly and cost-effective energy source -- is expected to begin construction in the second quarter of 2018.

Though ‘not perfect,’ Connecticut budget earns mostly plaudits

Meanwhile, Comptroller Kevin Lembo said that, based on revenue and spending through Sept. 30, the state remained on track to end the current fiscal year with a $93.9 million deficit.

Malloy signs state budget, but employs line-item veto

Still at issue: the hospital tax.

House passes Connecticut state budget by veto-proof margin

The vote apparently brings to an end a budget impasse that has lasted for 118 days, the longest such stalemate in the state’s history.

Connecticut state Senate overwhelmingly approves budget

It now goes to the House, where it is also expected to pass by a majority, later today.

State lawmakers reach budget agreement; await Malloy’s reaction

The governor, who vetoed a GOP-sponsored budget last month, said he would not comment on the latest effort until he had had a chance to read it.

Gov. Malloy releases ‘lean, no-frills’ budget proposal

The latest proposal eliminates numerous tax increases, cuts additional spending and focuses on structural changes and language that the governor said is necessary to implement the biennial budget.

Connecticut finished fiscal 2016-17 with $22.7 million deficit

It's the third consecutive year that the state has finished in the red.

Malloy: ‘Thousands’ of new jobs at risk if state budget doesn’t...

Democratic and Republican legislators remain "hundreds of millions of dollars" apart from solving the budget impasse, the governor said.

Without an override vote, CT House extends budget impasse

In light of a likely defeat of a proposed override of Gov. Malloy's veto, the House adjourned without voting on the issue.