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Standing Up for Fiscal Sanity

Rocky Hill, CT – Yankee Institute Executive Director Fergus Cullen appeared on the Connecticut Business and Industry Association’s “State Fiscal Issues” panel on Friday, September 10, 2010 at the Rocky Hill Marriott.

With the State of Connecticut facing a potential $3.5 billion budget deficit and fiscal issues at the forefront of the debate, Cullen talked about the Yankee Institute’s recent research related to growing Connecticut’s economy, particularly about the competitiveness issues that the Nutmeg State faces.

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