Gov. Dannel P. Malloy has thanked the state House for approving “a budget” the governor says “moves Connecticut forward,” according to a release. The proposal, the Sunday release says, includes no new taxes. It now goes to the Senate for a vote.
On the state’s biennial budget, the governor said: “In February, I highlighted certain priorities that I thought were critical to moving Connecticut forward. I want to thank the Connecticut House of Representatives for passing a budget that reflects those priorities, and look forward to a similar outcome in the Senate.”