CT Budget News: None

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Members of the governor\’s staff and General Assembly leaders from both political parties met again Tuesday.

\”Conversations are moving forward,\’\’ said Andrew Doba, a spokesman for Gov. Malloy

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2 thoughts on “CT Budget News: None

  1. Da Troof

    WHEREAS, the Governor enacted an historic $1.5B tax to Connecticut citizens in the name of “shared sacrifice”; and

    WHEREAS, the Governor made his deal with the devil and protected his loyal union soldiers with a no-layoff clause in exchange for past/future Democratic votes; and

    WHEREAS Federal stimulus monies and other gimmicks have been exhausted to balance the budget (borrowing for operations, spending rainy day fund, monetizing debt); and

    WHEREAS, entitlement programs like Medicaid have exploded in Connecticut; and

    WHEREAS, Connecticut business and wealth has been steadily exiting this state due to business/taxpayer unfriendly policy; and

    WHEREAS, Connecticut doubled down on electing one-party liberal tax and spend rule:

    NOW THEREFORE: The Governor hereby finally acknowledges the financial mess we’re in and forecasts $1B+ annual deficits for the forseeable future.

  2. Lee

    Connecticut is getting what it deserves and will probably get worse as more people want and demand their free stuff. Then we have the union power that only represents a fraction of the state, but commands a strong influence with the Democrats.

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