The governor’s budget would defer a state trooper training class, cut funding for a needle and syringe exchange program, and get rid of the Capital City Economic Development Authority that oversees state development in Hartford. (CCEDA will get folded into OPM, now that most of the city’s major development projects are either done or in progress.)
That’s all according to a report of the legislature’s non-partisan Office of Fiscal Analysis that’s just been released. There are lots of other cuts and additions and things to read about in the report. Have fun: OFA SUMMARY.