HARTFORD, Conn. – At least one chamber is expected to vote on a state budget Thursday, but there are still some documents that will be discussed as part of a one-day special session that have yet to be made public.
By the end of the day Tuesday, the budget document, fiscal note, and bill analysis were all available online for lawmakers and the public to view, but a bill stating how that budget will be implemented and another that would spell out Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s criminal justice reforms were still not available.
“If the Democrats were in such a rush to get this budget vote over with, then why are we still waiting for the details?” Senate Minority Leader Len Fasano, R-North Haven, said Tuesday. “Why is the budget still incomplete? Why is transparency being delayed?”
Fasano suggested Tuesday that there shouldn’t be a vote on the budget unless lawmakers and their staff have all the information, including
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