Connecticut state budget

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Advocates for teachers, towns say voters oppose pension cost shift

The survey, commissioned by the Connecticut Education Association and the Connecticut Conference of Municipalities, found 64 percent of voters would cast ballots against legislators who back such a plan. Continue Reading →

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Labor study: Businesses can pay more to preserve CT’s quality of life

Connecticut businesses can afford — and should pay — higher taxes to support investments in education, health care and other priorities to grow the economy and preserve quality of life, a report sponsored by the state’s biggest labor group urged Wednesday. Continue Reading →

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Independent living centers at risk from state, federal budget cuts

The five centers provide a wide array of training, counseling and referral services to thousands of residents with physical and mental disabilities, the elderly and the poor. Leaders of the centers have watched state funding shrink by 62 percent over the past year and are at risk of losing the rest this spring. Continue Reading →

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