Connecticut has now been without a state budget for 100 days.
On Sunday, the budget crisis dragged as Connecticut lawmakers said they'll be back at the State Capital to work on trying to end the months-long stalemate.
Connecticut is the last state in the nation without a budget in place for the fiscal year that began back on July 1.
Without a budget, about $900,000,000 in cuts to cities and towns across the state are scheduled to go into effect later this month under an executive order by Gov. Dannel Malloy.
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