Comptroller 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.
Connecticut’s comptroller Kevin Lembo is questioning whether Democrats are tacitly accepting the state’s vote by having their convention in Charlotte, N.C.
A new federal law asks states to cooperate in insuring that vendors doing business with them are paying their federal taxes in full.