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Legislative Democrats recommend that the state spend $180 million or 7.4% more more in municipal aid next fiscal year.
Democrats on the Appropriations Committee and Gov. Ned Lamont are headed for a showdown over the next two-year state budget.
The Appropriations Committee will propose a two-year state spending plan Wednesday that bolsters municipal aid, higher education and social services.
There was nothing mellow about this 4/20, the unofficial holiday for the celebration and consumption of cannabis.
A new plan to preserve Connecticut’s debt-riddled unemployment trust fund would curb benefits and increase taxes on some businesses.
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