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William A. O'Neill:

An Inventory of His Gubernatorial Records at the Connecticut State Archives.

Subseries Title: Budget

Subseries ID: 001CL-0016

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BoxFolder IDFolder TitleFolder DatesFolder Contents
0260016CL-001BudgetFebruary-March 1981Complaints about waste in state government; Governor announces further cuts in agency budgets; suggestions for balancing budget; letter supporting Reagan's budget cuts; congratulate Governor for votin
0260016CL-002BudgetApril 1981Complaints about state deficit and proposed increase in taxes, and suggestions for controlling taxes, to which Governor describes efforts to date to control spending, including hiring freeze, restric
0260016CL-003BudgetMay-July 1981Complaints about state deficit and proposed increase in taxes, and suggestions for controlling taxes, to which Governor describes efforts to date to control spending, including hiring freeze, restric
0260016CL-004BudgetOctober-December 1981Written comments concerning the impact of Reagan's budget cuts from individuals who could not attend a public hearing on the subject; Congressman William Ratchford responds to Governor's letter concer
0260016CL-005Budget Forum1981Complaint about scheduling of public forums; press release announcing four forums.
0260016CL-006Budget Forum--Bridgeport1981Thank Governor for holding forum and provide additional comments about budgetary concerns.
0260016CL-007Budget Forum--Norwich1981Governor's opening comments.
026 0016CL-008Budget1982Complaint about cuts in Wolcott town budget; complaints about state taxes and budget cuts; concern about state cuts to town and city funding; effects of inflation; need to cut government waste; hospit
026 0016CL-009Budget, Federal1982Speaker of the House Ernest Abate proposes to debate Governor about federal budget cuts; concerns about effects of federal budget cuts on Conn.; speech concerning importance of community health center
026 0016CL-010Budget1984British statement against worldwide unitary taxation; suggestions for balancing state budget.
026 0016CL-011Budget1985Defense of balanced budget amendment to federal constitution; Governor opposes amendment, prefers consideration of federal tax increase; protest increase in state spending; supports retention of Rainy
026 0016CL-012Budget1986Need to ease tax burden on elderly; concern about effects of Gramm-Rudman-Hollings Bill; urge Governor to support various state programs.
026 0016CL-013Budget1987Oppose Governor's proposed budget for 1987-1988.
026 0016CL-014Budget Bills1987-1988Bills introduced to General Assembly to implement FY 1988 budget.
026 0016CL-015BudgetJanuary-March 1988Concerns about growth in state budget; legislative priorities of Conn. Anti-Hunger Coalition; support continuation of Municipal Liability Trust Fund; urge Governor to reduce taxes; report by the Conn.
027 0016CL-016BudgetMay-December 1988Suggestions for new programs that would need state funding; criticism of use of state budget surplus funds; protest cuts in state budget; suggestions for increasing revenue; urge Governor to purchase
027 0016CL-017Budget, Federal1988Instructions for submission of information collection budgets.
027 0016CL-018BudgetJanuary-February 1989Criticism of use of state budget surplus funds; protest cuts in state budget; suggestions for reducing deficit; minutes of the UConn Budget and Finance Committee; Conn. Conference of Municipalities un
027 0016CL-019BudgetMarch-July 1989Urge Governor to support various social programs; vehement protest against proposed utility tax and tax on business services; protest cuts in Medicaid.
027 0016CL-020BudgetAugust-December 1989Urge Governor to support various social programs; vehement protest against proposed utility tax and tax on business services; protest cuts in Medicaid; urge Governor to reinstitute highway tolls; prot
027 0016CL-021Budget1990Request funding for various services and programs; Governor puts Connecticut budget into context of other states in northeast; Irving Stolberg makes argument for income tax; Governor writes to Senator