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  • Legislature Blocks Closure Of College's Meriden Branch

    Legislature Blocks Closure Of College's Meriden Branch
    HARTFORD — The House of Representatives voted Tuesday to block the planned closure of the Meriden branch of Middlesex Community College.
  • Malloy On Budget Problems: 'There's No Easy Way Out'

    Malloy On Budget Problems: 'There's No Easy Way Out'
    HARTFORD — As the legislature struggles with a difficult budget, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy said Thursday that he does not expect changes in the state-mandated spending cap to help solve fiscal problems. Malloy also said that it is "way too early" to...

    Ben Barnes Re-approved By House As State Budget Chief

    Ben Barnes Re-approved By House As State Budget Chief
    The state House of Representatives voted unanimously and without debate Tuesday for the renomination of state budget director Ben Barnes for another term in office. The vote was cast as one of a series on nominations to high-level posts by Gov. Dannel...

    Miscalculation Puts Governor's Budget $55 Million Over State's Spending Cap

    Miscalculation Puts Governor's Budget $55 Million Over State's Spending Cap
    HARTFORD — Due to a miscalculation, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy's proposed budget is now $54.5 million over the state's spending cap for the next fiscal year. Malloy's budget office said Tuesday it is changing its calculation of the cap, which means the...

    GOP Unveils 30-Year, $37.4 Billion Transportation Plan

    GOP Unveils 30-Year, $37.4 Billion Transportation Plan
    HARTFORD - State Republican legislators unveiled a 30-year, $37.4 billion transportation plan Tuesday that they said can be covered with no tolls and no tax increases. The Republicans said the state should spend at least $1 billion each year for the...