In a story Sept. 15 about the Connecticut budget, the Associated Press reported erroneously about the status of the Office of Consumer Counsel under the Republican budget plan. The budget would eliminate part of the office, not the entire agency.
A corrected version of the story is below:
Senate passes budget from GOP minority; House considers it
Connecticut lawmakers are trying to approve an overdue state budget
Connecticut's state Senate on Friday stunned the state's political establishment by passing a Republican-backed budget plan after three Democrats broke with their party's leadership.
The $40.7 billion plan, which includes no tax hikes and large...