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A Budget for Connecticut

As of September 8, Connecticut will finally have a budget in place for the 2010 fiscal year that began July 1.  Governor Rell announced yesterday afternoon that she will allow the Democrat authored budget to become law without her signature.  She will, however, veto $8.3 million worth of spending.

Click here to see the Governor’s line item cuts.
Click here to read the budget bill’s complete language.

Connecticut had been one of only two states without a budget for the 2010 fiscal year.  Disagreements over the last seven months between the Democratic majority and Governor Rell lead to the longest budget battle in state history.

One Comment
  1. susan #

    It is about time!!!!!!!!

    September 4, 2009

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