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Lamont, Fellow General Assembly Democrats Present Rival Budget Plans

Representative Sean Scanlon
CHION WOLF / CONNECTICUT PUBLIC RADIO
File photo of Representative Sean Scanlon

This hour, it affects virtually everyone in the state of Connecticut in one way or another, but it can be difficult to understand.  

The state budget decides how much we pay in taxes, and it helps determine the level of resources for important services like education, care for elderly people, and public health.  

We dive into the politics and process of funding state government.

What do you care about?

Sean Scanlon -- Democratic State Representative from Branford and Guilford and Co-chair of the General Assembly Finance Committee

Catherine Osten -- Democratic State Senator and Co-chair of the General Assembly Appropriations Committee

Keith Phaneuf -- CT Mirror budget reporter 

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