The Connecticut General Assembly passed a deficit mitigation measure yesterday, though it was short of what Gov. M. Jodi Rell had asked for.

"I'm disappointed that the Democrats' deficit plan falls short of what we need to erase the entire $356 million deficit," Rell said in a statement. "I'm also concerned that some of the cuts they did make represent more wishful thinking than real savings."

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