Malloy would cut local aid deeply to offset eroding CT tax receipts

Malloy would cut local aid deeply to offset eroding CT tax receipts

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“Connecticut is indeed facing massive fiscal difficulties, but the budget released today will leave some people without essential care,” said Gian-Carl Casa, president of the CT Community Nonprofit Alliance, the state’s largest coalition of private, nonprofit social services providers. “The Alliance appreciates that Governor Malloy has recommended more structural change in the delivery of human services, shifting several more expensive state-run programs into the nonprofit sector. But the conversions must be accompanied by a reinvestment in the community programs that will have to absorb additional clients.

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