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  • Malloy Cuts Nearly $25 Million From Budget

    Malloy Cuts Nearly $25 Million From Budget
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy cut the executive branch budget by another $24.6 million Friday in an attempt to wrestle down the state budget deficit that has ballooned in recent weeks.
  • Malloy Cuts Budget By Another $24.6 Million

    Malloy Cuts Budget By Another $24.6 Million
    Gov. Dannel P. Malloy cut the executive branch budget by another $24.6 million Friday in an attempt to wrestle down the state budget deficit that has ballooned in recent weeks. With expected cuts by the legislative and judicial branches, the total...

    Sharkey Says Pay Hike for Governor, Legislators "Not Happening" This Year

    Sharkey Says Pay Hike for Governor, Legislators "Not Happening" This Year
    House Speaker Brendan Sharkey says the governor and members of the legislature won't get raises this year, despite a state panel's recommendation that the elected officials receive a 10 percent pay bump. "That is not happening this year, given the...

    Malloy, In State Of State Speech, Focuses On Transportation

    Malloy, In State Of State Speech, Focuses On Transportation
    HARTFORD — Gov. Dannel P. Malloy, giving his State of the State address that opened his second term Wednesday, said the state's traffic congestion is "unacceptable'' and demands a bold new approach toward improving roads and railroad lines. Calling...

    Children's Hospital Gets $10M Extra From State, Raising Eyebrows

    A $10 million payment to Connecticut Children's Medical Center — approved Thursday without going through the legislature, and despite a state budget deficit — sparked questions about legal precedent and fairness. The $10 million approved by...