Democratic state lawmakers want to ask more from the rich to ensure new tax relief for CT’s poor and middle-class is sustainable.
New psychiatric beds and other services for children top a list of mental health investments in the $24.2 billion budget Gov. Ned Lamont unveiled Wednesday.
After initial reluctance, Gov. Ned Lamont’s administration is warming to the prospect of helping towns improve air quality in schools.
Gov. Ned Lamont proposed a state budget that funds a middle-class property tax relief program and makes major new investments in many areas.
Essential workers were recognized in Gov. Ned Lamont’s latest state budget, but they would receive much less aid than they sought.
Gov. Ned Lamont will propose budget revisions Wednesday that shift more than $800 million from the state’s coffers into new and expanded programs.
Despite unprecedented surpluses, Gov. Ned Lamont is expected to ask legislators not to spend big in the next state budget.