State ends fiscal year with deficit

The state's comptroller says Connecticut likely ended the budget year with a nearly $200 million deficit.

Comptroller Kevin Lembo says the deficit is abut $192.3 million.

He says revenue from income tax withholding is up more than 18 percent from last year.

However, revenue from estimated tax payments went up less than 6 percent.

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