Senate approves bill to shield contracting watchdog from budget cuts

Connecticut’s financially-handcuffed contracting watchdog took another step Friday toward securing its first investigative staff in its 15-year history.

But the State Contracting Standards Board also watched a second proposal, to expand its authority to investigate all quasi-public entities created by the legislature, die for this year.

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