March 09, 2011
While having coffee with a friend last week I was asked the following question; I thought it would be interesting to get your response. Its an interesting thought exercise that will ask you to move beyond cheerleading (or jeerleading) the Governor's budget. So now the question. Given the following three choices which would you prefer and why? (leave a comment or e-mail email@example.com)
Option 1: Adopting the budget as proposed by the Governor (assuming he realizes the concessions/savings he assumes)
Option 2: Adopting the budget proposed by the Governor for the most part with some minor changes (by all means include which minor changes you would support)
Option 3: Abandon the budget proposed by the Governor and have the legislature start from scratch (sorry but that is actually what we have to deal with if we choose to start over).
Again-this is not a simple poll. Share your thoughts on why you choose a particular option and feel free to add in ideas and details.
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Monday, December 05, 2011 12:05 PM
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Sunday, December 04, 2011 09:07 AM
Thanks for sharing. What a plesarue to read!
Saturday, December 03, 2011 07:12 AM
We are responsable for the budget issues as voters as we elected the people who create the budget. That being said, why is any state employee making over $100,000.00 (other than Govenor and head of the legal team)? Many people in CT would love this kind of $$. Why should state employees make this amount of cash when the average salary is like $28,000.00 (counting the millionaires living here)? I have been unemployeed for over a year receiving $236.00 (after taxes) per week to pay for mortgage, taxes, food, gas, and living expenses. I will work for the state if you pay me $40,000.00!
Monday, March 14, 2011 01:16 AM
deep concesions have to be made by the unions especially tenure by the teachers also there are to manypolitical jobs that are paying way over what the private companys pay.its high time the playing field is leveled.we rely to much on taxes,people will be pushed to the breaking point and will rebel just like the middle ease countrys are doing right now.Please wake up Gov Malloy before it is to late and ct turns into a deserted desert
Saturday, March 12, 2011 08:39 PM
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