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Stamford affordable housing project expected to receive $1.6M in state funding

“As more and more families decide to build their future in Connecticut, it’s vital we invest in housing," Gov. Ned Lamont said.

Lamont updates municipalities on distribution of Covid relief funds

"I know how valuable this level of assistance is to maintaining operations for our cities and towns, and it was incumbent upon us to make the necessary changes to get these federal dollars out," said OPM Secretary Melissa McCaw.

CT budget deficit forecast cut by 40% – but state hardly...

Office of Policy and Management Secretary Melissa McCaw has decreased Connecticut’s projected budget deficit by 40% – although the figure remains at $1.2 billion. Last month...

Connecticut provides another $160M for school districts to reopen

The allocation brings the total funding for Connecticut schools to $266 million.

CT forecasts $2.7 billion hit to revenues through FY2020-21; Recovery could...

Even with the gloomy forecast -- which Office of Policy and Management Secretary Melissa McCaw said were conservative -- "Connecticut is in a stronger position than most states, thanks to our fiscal prudence and the safeguarding of our budget reserve," according to Democratic state Senate leaders Martin Looney and Bob Duff.

Raises out for Connecticut state managers

Malloy administration cites shortfall, perhaps of $900M, as reason for canceling scheduled raises for nonunion managers working for the state.

OPM report says debt is down

A 15 percent reduction is cited; opponents offer Bronx cheer.

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.

Hospital advocate warns against proposed funding cuts

As the Malloy administration and legislative leaders attempt to close the state's projected budget gap, Connecticut Hospital Association (CHA) President and CEO Jennifer Jackson warned against possible funding reductions to health care providers.

Conn. debuts green building tax credit

Connecticut is readying to award tax credits for “green” buildings.

Champions in health care … reform

As January 2014 approaches, do you know the people crafting Connecticut’s new health system?

Nonprofits in brief

Yale and Fairfield University booked big increases in private donations in 2011.