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Auditors: CT continues to pay millions of $ in pension benefits above legal limits

JUNE 2, 2020 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

On budget, Dems say GOP prefers heckling to haggling

MAY 28, 2019 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Lamont’s first budget could hinge on progressive taxes

MAY 23, 2019 | THE MIDDLETOWN PRESS (CONNECTICUT)

Lamont’s pension shift would leave next generation of Connecticut taxpayers deep in debt

MAY 20, 2019 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

CT labor leader: Corruption safeguards at risk under Lamont bill

MARCH 26, 2019 | CONNECTICUT POST

Report says pension boards share blame for states’ widening debt

SEPTEMBER 18, 2018 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Connecticut public college system needs more state money

AUGUST 14, 2018 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Panel seeks new ways to slow skyrocketing pension costs

JULY 25, 2018 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Proposed CSCU budget would tap reserves to avoid another tuition hike

JUNE 7, 2018 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

CT budget debate goes down to the wire

APRIL 30, 2018 | THE CT MIRROR (CONNECTICUT)

Attacking state pensions, Stemerman tries to break away from GOP pack

APRIL 3, 2018 | CT MIRROR

Lottery could smooth spiking teacher pension contributions

MARCH 6, 2018 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Medicare program fix adds red ink to CT’s finances

JANUARY 8, 2018 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Lengthy CT budget debate leaves capital program low on cash

NOVEMBER 27, 2017 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Fate of legislature’s investigative arm hangs on in budget battle

JULY 11, 2016 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Treasurer raises more concerns about Malloy's plans for pensions

NOVEMBER 16, 2015 | THE CONNECTICUT MIRROR

Lembo certifies Malloy estimate of state budget deficit

NOVEMBER 3, 2015 | CONNECTICUT MIRROR