Connecticut Officials Reach Tentative Deal on 'Baby Bonds'

Senate is expected to vote on the agreement Monday. Connecticut lawmakers have reached a tentative deal to fund the state's "baby bonds" program, which would create investment accounts for children born into poverty.

Connecticut Officials Reach Tentative Deal on 'Baby Bonds'

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Connecticut lawmakers have reached a tentative agreement to fund the repeatedly delayed state "baby bond" program. This would create investment accounts that children born in poverty could use.

Connecticut can start creating accounts for babies born after July 1 this year if the state legislature approves the plan.

Gov. Ned Lamont stated.