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Democratic legislators continue to challenge Gov. Ned Lamont on who should bear the largest burden of balancing the next state budget.
Thomas Kruger's last meeting was Wednesday. He resigned after Gov. Ned Lamont said he was changing the leadership of the board.
Between an expiring hospital tax, a high-stakes dispute over Medicaid rates, and ongoing union negotiations, there are unknowns worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
Residents turned to municipal bonds to lower their tax burden, which in turn lowered borrowing rates for state governments.
Gov. Ned Lamont used his first cabinet meeting to introduce a new chief performance officer and a heavily hyphenated vision to transform government into a cross-agency, data-driven, user-friendly, cost-effective and outcome-obsessed model of stream-lined efficiency and private-sector discipline.