The Connecticut State Legislature is back in business.
The General Assembly opened at noon today, with Gov. Ned Lamont presenting his State of the State address, which included providing his proposed revisions to the budget.
Among other things, he proposed pursuing recreational marijuana, debt-free community college, and an effort to reign in vaping. You can read about that here.
Meanwhile, CTMIrror.org says Lamont's revised budget keeps state spending lean while rebuilding reserves. You can read that here.
HBJ.com, meanwhile, says Lamont's revised budget cancels or slows some promised tax breaks for business. You can read that here.
The Yankee Institute for Public Policy issued a statement on Lamont's budget. You can read that here.
This may be a short session (it's set to end May 6), but the list of proposals that are bad for business is long and growing longer. So stay tuned.