Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy’s first official act after being sworn in Wednesday was to issue an executive order requiring the state to craft budgets using generally accepted accounting principles.

The state currently uses a modified cash basis that includes expenditures, receipts, and capital spending but does not follow GAAP or provide an analysis of the state’s overall fiscal position. 

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