HARTFORD -- Three months into a new fiscal year, and CT has still not passed a state budget.
The political tides, however, may be shifting at the capitol because some Senate and House Democrats endorsed a Republican-authored budget that would close a $3.5 million budget gap.
Gov. Malloy has promised a veto, which means for the first time – in a long time – there will be a bi-partisan-crafted budget.
Christine Dempsey, Editor of CTNewsjunkie.com, joins Stan Simpson to give the very latest on the budget impasse and the significance of Democrat defectors.