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Index to Comptroller's 2008 Press Releases

This page was last updated on: May 05, 2016

Date Title
December 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS BUDGET DEFICIT TRIPLES TO $338 MILLION
November 3, 2008 WYMAN SAYS DEFICIT OF $107.9 MILLION LIKELY TO INCREASE
October 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS BUDGET IMBALANCE COULD EXCEED $800 MILLION
Advises Governor, General Assembly to Consider Tapping Rainy Day Fund
September 29, 2008 EVENTS IN THE FINANCIAL MARKETS
September 2, 2008 WYMAN SAYS STATE CLOSES BOOKS WITH $83.4 MILLION SURPLUS
August 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS STATE SHOULD END FISCAL YEAR WITH MODEST SURPLUS
Comptroller Cautions That Deficit Appears Likely in 2009
July 2, 2008 WYMAN SAYS DEFICIT DROPS TO $42.9 MILLION, BUT INCOME TAX STILL WEAK
June 2, 2008 WYMAN SAYS DEFICIT INCREASES SLIGHTLY TO $67.8 MILLION
May 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS SHARP DROP IN INCOME TAX RECEIPTS CREATES $67.7 MILLION DEFICIT
April 28, 2008 WYMAN ANNOUNCES WINNERS OF 2008 BLACK HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST
April 2, 2008 COMPTROLLER WYMAN, MUNICIPAL AND LABOR LEADERS ANNOUNCE LAUNCH OF COST-SAVING HEALTH INSURANCE PROGRAM
April 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS SURPLUS DROPS TO $152.2 MILLION
March 6, 2008 WYMAN SAYS BILL JEOPARDIZES COST-SAVING PLAN FOR MUNICIPAL HEALTH INSURANCE
March 3, 2008 WYMAN SAYS DECLINING CORPORATE PROFITS LEADING TO SMALLER SURPLUS
February 21, 2008 CONNECTICUT COULD BECOME FIRST STATE TO OFFER STATE ADMINISTERED 401(K) PLAN FOR SMALL BUSINESSES
February 1, 2008 WYMAN SAYS SURPLUS GROWS, DESPITE SLOWING ECONOMY
Capital Gains Payments By Investors Higher Than Expected
January 2, 2008 COMPTROLLER WYMAN SAYS SURPLUS REMAINS STEADY AT $150 MILLION
Renews Call to Use Surplus to Address $21 Billion Retiree Health Care Liability

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