If lawmakers are able to vote on June 29, then they will have to hope that labor approves the deal. Legislative leaders are expected to meet again on Monday, June 26 to see if they can find any agreement.
After years of stagnation, Connecticut has significantly decreased its homeless population for three consecutive years, outpacing most other states during that time. It also has reached a handful of milestones, the most prominent of which was an effective end to veterans homelessness in 2016.
CCM is pressing state officials to deliver a budget that protects cities and towns, unveiling a television commercial Monday that suggests the legislature’s inaction could cost people their homes. The 30-second spot urges officials to revisit a state budget stabilization plan local leaders developed back in January.