Connecticut plans to use a budget surplus to reduce a planned deficit borrowing by about a third, Gov. M. Jodi Rell announced Friday.

The state now plans to borrow $646.6 million for operating costs, down from the $956 million expected in May when the governor and General Assembly agreed to modify the state’s two-year budget.

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