Connecticut Gov. M. Jodi Rell last week proposed a $1.1 billion deficit mitigation plan to close a gap in the current year budget and called on the General Assembly to adopt the measure on Wednesday.

More than half of plan — $665.5 million — relies on federal stimulus funds and budget reserves. The rest of the plan is a menu of spending cuts, fund transfers, and revenue-raising measures.

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