If you know how to pinch the pennies, the state is hoping some of your cost-cutting ways can help Connecticut save $300 million from the current budget.
- Sell excess state property
- Freeze state salaries
- Force towns to plow snow off state road
- Reinstating highway tolls
- Allowing Sunday liquor sales
- Double alcohol sales tax
Rell said Connecticut could face a nearly $6 billion in deficit in the next two fiscal years unless spending is cut. Several hundred ideas have been submitted so far.