CT lawmakers schedule special session on budget

The state is facing a budget shortfall of up to $370 million.

The state is facing a budget shortfall of up to $370 million. (12/4/15)

HARTFORD - Gov. Dannel Malloy says he is calling Connecticut lawmakers back to the Capitol for a special legislative session on the state budget shortfall.

The governor and lawmakers have not reached a bipartisan agreement on how to deal with the deficit.

It is currently estimated to be between $350 million to $370 million. 

Malloy says he wants lawmakers back on Tuesday.

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