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Since 2007, lawmakers and governors have agreed 10 times to reduce previous commitments to transfer resources from the budget’s General Fund to the Special Transportation Fund.

Listed below are links to the following statutes and their respective fiscal notes.

Public Act 07-01

Public Act 10-3

Public Act 10-179

Public Act 11-61

Public Act 12-104

Public Act 12-1

Public Act 13-184

Public Act 14-47

Public Act 16-2

Public Act 19-117

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Keith has spent most of his 31 years as a reporter specializing in state government finances, analyzing such topics as income tax equity, waste in government and the complex funding systems behind Connecticut’s transportation and social services networks. He has been the state finances reporter at CT Mirror since it launched in 2010. Prior to joining CT Mirror Keith was State Capitol bureau chief for The Journal Inquirer of Manchester, a reporter for the Day of New London, and a former contributing writer to The New York Times. Keith is a graduate of and a former journalism instructor at the University of Connecticut.

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  1. The problem with most of these acts is the volume of pages they include.
    PA 19-117 is 580 pages.
    Not exactly light reading.
    If I have difficulty finding the time and ambition to ferret out the details, imagine the difficulty that our legislators have, within the time they are allotted to do so.

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