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June 18, 2021

Budget Snapshots: Adopted Biennial State Budget for FYs 2022 and 2023

These budget snapshots offer a nonpartisan look at how Connecticut's state budget for fiscal years 2022 and 2023 compares to current education spending and state revenue levels, detail key policy changes, and (in the case of the education snapshot) provide estimated town-by-town runs for the Education Cost Sharing (ECS) grant.

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Education Funding

April 23, 2021

Budget Snapshot: Revenue in Finance, Revenue & Bonding Committee's Proposed Budget for FYs 2022 and 2023

On April 22, 2021, the Connecticut General Assembly’s Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee released a budget revenue proposal for fiscal years 2022 and 2023, which was later passed out of the Committee. To help individuals wade through the revenue package, we've put together a brief analysis examining the impacts on state revenue of the Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee's proposal.

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State Revenue & Spending

February 05, 2021

Connecticut's Non-Appropriated Accounts

Overcoming Connecticut's fiscal challenges to produce a balanced budget that maintains service levels and fulfills policy objectives requires creative solutions. Examining the state’s non-appropriated accounts for possible resource reallocation opportunities is one potential solution. The purpose of this policy briefing is to provide insight on what non-appropriated accounts are, how these accounts fit into the state’s budgeting process, and how including non-appropriated accounts in the budget development process can have the potential to help address Connecticut’s fiscal challenges.

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State Budget

December 04, 2020

A Review of Connecticut's Revenue Diversions

The Connecticut General Assembly has periodically created “revenue diversions” in state statute. A “revenue diversion” is established when the General Assembly diverts a portion of revenue, which would otherwise be deposited into the General Fund, to a different fund or account. Revenue diversion statutes are explicit in the amount of revenue that is diverted, established as either a percentage of total revenue or a flat dollar amount, along with a description of what the diverted revenue will support. Once established in state statute, revenue diversions exist in perpetuity unless adjusted by the General Assembly.

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State Budget

May 12, 2020

Connecticut Economy & State Finance 101

This presentation from the School and State Finance Project covers the basics of what an economy is, and how Connecticut's economy and its state budget interact and impact one another. The presentation also explores how choices impact the economy and what affects Connecticut's economic policy decisions.

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Economy

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