Connecticut’s Senate debated the state’s proposed two-year, $37.5 billion budget into Monday evening, two days before the end of the session and one day after bleary-eyed House members approved the spending plan right before sunrise.

The Democratic majority shifted roughly $6 billion in expected federal funding from the proposed $43.8 billion spending plan expected in federal aid to a separate account.

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