Natalie Braswell is Gov. Ned Lamont’s choice to complete the term of Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo.
Gov. Ned Lamont expects to appoint a new state comptroller soon — one that won’t run for election in 2022.
State Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo will resign Dec. 31, after 12 years in office, due to a serious heart condition.
Colorado, Nevada have approved public option plans this year.
By depositing $1.2 billion extra into its pension funds now, the state hopes to save $2.75 billion over 25 years.
The state will begin deducting the new tax to support family and medical leave benefits from non-union employees this month.
Connecticut received high marks from a nationally recognized think-tank for its huge reserves, its fiscal planning and its budget transparency.
Gov. Ned Lamont projects a $2.1 billion deficit, based partly on pessimistic stock market projections that haven’t come to pass.
Connecticut’s recent economic gains could soon slip away without more federal aid, Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo says.
Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo says the agreement preserves the tax exempt status of the state pension fund.
“The speed and scale of the pandemic’s economic disruptions are unprecedented for Connecticut,” said Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo.
In a short session, Democrats lack support from the governor and Republicans, but they’re still attempting a public option bill.
Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo announced a new bidding process Thursday that he said would radically reshape Connecticut’s healthcare market.
Connecticut took a big step this week toward creating a network to steer people toward the best health care providers. An added bonus: it will also save the state millions over the next two years.
In his first budget forecast of the new fiscal year, Comptroller Kevin P. Lembo warned Tuesday that the $126 million projected budget surplus isn’t all good news.