Comptroller Puts Connecticut's Budget Deficit $50 Million Higher Than Governor's OfficeComptroller Kevin Lembo now puts the shortfall at $415 million due to lower than expected revenues and overspending in Medicaid and social services. A spokesman said Gov. Dannel Malloy disagrees with the comptroller's deficit projection, saying it is about 12 percent too high.

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