Gov. Ned Lamont will re-direct $75 million in expiring federal COVID-19 relief into one-time tax refunds for Connecticut’s working poor.
A number of CT schools will split $1.5 million in federal relief, and students will decide how to spend it.
Though state government is awash in cash, a fiscal cliff looms that could intensify a growing tax fairness debate.
The bill directs the administration to give a detailed accounting of how federal coronavirus aid has been allotted to date.