Our Goal:

Fiscal Stability & Economic Growth


February 20, 2019

Gov. Ned Lamont gets high marks for the both the policy recommendations and the collaborative style reflected in his biennial budget proposal released this week. For those of us from the private sector who labored for 16 months in producing two reports for the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth, we can finally say that somebody is listening. 

Robert Patricelli, Co-Chair of the Commission


Capitalizing on our


Despite fiscal challenges, Connecticut comes out ahead with high rankings in education, healthcare, and crime & corrections, according to U.S. News & World Report.  




Connecticut ranks in the top 10 for states educating their students. The report measures states based on "performance in higher education as well as primary and secondary schooling and pre-K education."



Crime & Corrections

According to the report, crime in the United States is on the decline. This news highlights the focus on public safety as Connecticut ranks 8th in Crime & Corrections. 




When measuring access to care, quality of care, and overall health of the population, Connecticut measures 12th out of 50 states.  


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CT Rising is a not-for-profit established to support the work of the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth. CT Rising raises funds to hire national thought leaders and consultants to conduct research along with communications and administrative support. The research was donated to the Commission on Fiscal Stability and Economic Growth in support of its mission to recommend policy changes to improve the Connecticut economy and the management of state resources.