HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Connecticut House Republicans are inviting their colleagues to attend a presentation on their state budget proposal, saying they hope it can lead to a bipartisan agreement to a two-year plan.
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House Democratic leaders have said they hope to hold a budget vote on July 18 but currently there is no agreement on a two-year plan.
House Minority Leader Themis Klarides sent a letter to members of the General Assembly last week, asking them to attend “a comprehensive review” of the GOP proposal scheduled for Tuesday.
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Malloy says he doesn’t consider the House Republican plan a real budget.