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Ridgefield First Selectman Marconi urges legislative override of budget veto

Rudy Marconi called on Hartford to move beyond partisan divisions by insisting that the legislative effort was not a “Republican budget.”

Making good on promise, Gov. Malloy vetoes GOP budget

Republicans vow to try to overthrow the veto, though that seems a tall order.

CT House budget talks collapse; Senate to convene at noon

Passage of a state budget, now some 10 weeks overdue, would avoid the spending cuts that would take effect on Oct. 1.

CT Senate, House GOP issue revised ‘no new taxes’ budget proposal

The revised budget also rejects Gov. Dannel Malloy’s proposal to shift teacher pension costs onto towns and cities, which would likely result in increased property taxes.

Malloy’s new budget plan would restore some state aid to towns

The proposal -- the governor's third since February -- also includes a sales-tax increase.

CBIA survey: Fewer businesses expect growth in immediate future

The survey found that 29 percent of business leaders have a positive outlook for their company, down from 37 percent in the first quarter.

Connecticut Senate narrowly approves $1.57B union concessions deal

Lt. Gov. Nancy Wyman cast the tie-breaking vote in a Senate divided on the deal along party lines.

Gov. Dannel Malloy announces tentative agreement with state unions

The proposed concessions are projected to be worth $1.57 billion over the next two fiscal years.