Legislators say proposed school cuts would shift burden to towns

Top Democratic legislators are convinced the $69.7 million Gov. Dannel P. Malloy proposes to cut from education will result either in local property tax increases or major program reductions in schools throughout the state. Additionally, an $8 million cut the Democratic governor is proposing for special education may put millions in federal aid in jeopardy, according to the State Department of Education.

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