Gov. Ned Lamont said the budget will be ‘honestly balanced,’ will stay within the established fiscal guardrails, and will include the biggest middle class tax cut in the history of the state as well as historic investments in education and housing.
By Hugh McQuaid, CTNewsJunkie.com
After weeks of negotiations, state policymakers have reached a two-year budget deal which legislators are expected to approve early next week, Gov. Ned Lamont told reporters after a Thursday press conference.
“We’ve got a deal,” Lamont said. “Now it goes to the bean counters. They’re making sure all the numbers add up.”
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