Republican and Democratic state lawmakers announced Wednesday afternoon that they have reached a tentative state budget deal, according to the Hartford Courant.
The lawmakers offered few details, but said the tentative deal was reached after days of closed-door meetings at the Capitol in Hartford, the Courant said.
The deal was made without major input by Gov. Dannel Malloy, the Courant said.
A vote by the General Assembly is expected next week.
The state has been operating without a budget since the fiscal year began on July 1.
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