Connecticut Governor Dannel Malloy has released a revised budget plan for the next fiscal year that begins July 1st.
Malloy said Tuesday that Connecticut has to align its spending with the revenue it actually has. He said that’s why he is proposing no new taxes. Instead he’s calling for cuts to social services and the withholding of state funding to big hospitals.
At the same time, $12 million earmarked for small hospitals would be maintained.