Budget Proposals (FYs 2020/2021)

Below is information about each budget proposal that has been made during the 2019 regular legislative session of the Connecticut General Assembly. As other budget proposals are made throughout the 2019 legislative session, available budget documents will posted here, along with any available analysis.

Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee Revenue Package

On Wednesday, May 1, the General Assembly's Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee adopted, on a party line vote, a revenue and finance package for fiscal years 2020 and 2021. This revenue package is not anticipated to be adopted in its entirety by the General Assembly as part of the State of Connecticut's biennial budget, but it is expected to be part of ongoing budget negotiations. Below is the revenue package adopted by the Committee.


Appropriations Committee Spending Plan

On Tuesday, April 30, the leadership of the General Assembly’s Appropriations Committee introduced a biennial spending plan for fiscal years 2020 and 2021. The spending plan was adopted the same day by the Committee on a party line vote. This plan is not anticipated to be adopted in its entirety by the General Assembly as part of the State of Connecticut's biennial budget, but it is expected to be part of ongoing budget negotiations. Below is the spending plan adopted by the Committee.


Governor Ned Lamont's Proposed Biennial State Budget

On Wednesday, February 20, 2019, Governor Ned Lamont presented his biennial state budget proposal for fiscal years 2020 and 2021 to the Connecticut General Assembly. Below are documents pertaining to the governor's budget proposal.