Wednesday, November 30, 2016

State agencies offer more painful possibilities for budget cuts - JACQUELINE RABE THOMAS AND ARIELLE LEVIN BECKER, Connecticut Mirror

The University of Connecticut said it would have to cut financial aid or eliminate 286 staff positions to save $38.1 million, 10 percent of the state’s contribution to UConn’s budget. The university said a 10 percent cut to the UConn Health center to save $21.6 million “would be devastating to the institution, jeopardizing the viability of the clinical operations.”

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