Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell last week ordered state commissioners and agency chiefs to identify assets that could be sold to help close the budget deficit as talks continued with lawmakers.

The state ended its fiscal year last month without a new budget as the GOP governor and the Democratic-led General Assembly were unable to compromise over proposed tax hikes and budget cuts. Rell said that Democrats have supported the sale of assets to raise $112 million.

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