Solutions to the problem are short-term and the zombie won’t go away.
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Last week, the deficit ballooned to $203 million for the current fiscal year.
You can blame lower-than-expected tax collections and higher expenses.
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In addition, Governor Dannel Malloy cut $91 million to cities and towns, along with other cuts, to help close the gap.
Watch the video above for more on the seemingly never-ending state budget problems.