Providers Put $300M on Table

As Governor Malloy predicts the state may end up waiting until the fall before there is an agreement on the budget, providers of social services are arguing they can save the state $300 million.

A trade association for providers says its members can provide vital social services to Connecticut residents at lower cost if the legislature will make the policy decision to move in that direction. The claims by providers is backed up by previous research performed by CT21.