You can read about it here.
We are still learning about what this budget actually contains, but one thing it does is reduce bonding for projects. You can read about that here.
It also allows municipalities to charge a local 5% admissions tax on a host of events and activities, on top of the state's 10% tax). You can read about that here. It's not mandatory, but it is a way for municipalities to recoup some revenue it won't receive in this state budget.
This budget also boosts CTNext, the state's business startup entity. You can read about that here.
Additional information about changes included in the budget approved by the Senate is available here as well.
There is also a very good analysis of what this budget does, and doesn't do, from the Yankee Institute for Public Policy here.
The House is scheduled to take up the budget today. Stay tuned.