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Here's what the State Capitol press corps is tweeting about on Budget Day.
With no strategy to defend his tolls proposal, Gov. Ned Lamont ceded three days of news cycles to a rapidly mobilized opposition of Republicans, the trucking industry and small businesses.
The day before Gov. Lamont releases his first budget, CSCU officials told lawmakers an economic analysis shows the system pumped $11.1 billion in income into the state's economy in 2017.
Gov. Lamont will seek concessions that could potentially reduce benefits to retired workers by more than $300 million per year.
Diversion of federal funds to build a border wall may impact Connecticut less than other states, but state says interests are aligned.