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April 2012

Impact on Early Care and Education of the Appropriation Committee’s Budget for FY13

The Appropriation Committee's proposed Fiscal Year 2013 budget adjustments contain important increases in funding for quality and access in early care and education programs that incorporate an

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Early Care
February 2012

The HUSKY Program: The Impact of the Governor's FY 2013 Budget Adjustment Proposals

While in his Fiscal Year 2013 budget proposal Governor Malloy appears to be holding the line on access to coverage and care for children and parents in the HUSKY program, low income childless adult

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Health
February 2012

The Governor's Proposed Fiscal Year 2013 Budget: The Impact on Children

As Connecticut families continue struggling to emerge from the Great Recession, policymakers must ensure that state budget changes do not undermine our prospects for recovery, in both the short and

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Child Welfare, Early Care, Education, Family Economic Security, Health, Juvenile Justice
February 2012

Impact on Early Care and Education of the Governor's Revised Budget for FY13

This brief summarizes Governor Malloy's proposed budget adjustments for Fiscal Year 2013.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Early Care
February 2012

Impact on Early Care and Education of the Governor's Proposed Rescissions to the FY12 Budget

Governor Malloy's recent proposed rescissions to the Fiscal Year 2012 budget leave early care and education programs largely untouched.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Early Care
January 2012

Two Corporate Tax Loopholes, Two Commonsense Fixes

There are two large, but simple to fix loopholes in the state corporation business tax.

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
January 2012

Making Sense of the Rankings: Where Connecticut Stands on Business Taxes

This review of recent national rankings of state business taxes finds that Connecticut has low business taxes, generous subsidies with few strings attached, and considerable tax avoidance by major

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
January 2012

Connecticut's Unemployment Insurance Trust Fund: A Splintering Work Support

Flaws in the funding mechanism for Connecticut’s unemployment insurance trust fund and in its standard for adequate funding have left the state unprepared for economic recessions and contribu

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Family Economic Security
January 2012

Taking Stock: Four Decades of State Revenues, Expenditures, and Deficits

This overview of state budget trends contradicts some conventional views and concerns about taxes and spending in Connecticut.

Issue Area:
Budget and Tax
October 2011

Are CT Business Tax Credits Creating Jobs? Would We Know if They Weren't?

Tax credits are spending through the tax code. Since tax credits are designed to achieve specific policy objectives, these "tax expenditures" have much in common with direct expenditures, yet they mostly evade the standards of accountability and transparency required of traditional spending measures.

Issue Areas:
Budget and Tax, Family Economic Security