Bob Stefanowski's Plan:
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  1. 40,726 GF-funded employees (page 56) x .5

  2. “CTDOL administers Jobs First Employment Services (JFES) which provides employment services to recipients of the Temporary Family Assistance (TFA), the Department of Social Services’ cash assistance program. The goals of JFES is to enable TFA recipients to become independent of cash assistance, through employment, within 21 months; to remain independent of cash assistance; and to achieve federally mandated work participation requirements . . . In FY 2012, JFES served 15,742 recipients”

  3. http://www.cultureandtourism.org/cct/lib/cct/tourism/econimpact/Conn_Tourism_Economic_Impact_-_CY2015_full_Web.pdf

  4. 4,400 children in DCF-arranged foster care with a $1,500/mo stipend x.5

  5. 217 national school lunch sponsors (page 274) x .5

  6. 17,757 children subsidized in June 2018 x .5

  7. 43,000 teachers (p 4) x .4 state funding (p 7) x .5

  8. 11,200 high-school students x .5

  9. $196,119,593 in FY19 GF funding (p 298) / 32,182 students x .5

  10. $142,230,435 in FY19 GF funding (p 308) / 27,301 FTE students (first sheet) x .5; $2,604/~$23,500

  11. $138,243,937 in FY19 GF funding (p 308) / 28,593 FTE students (first sheet) x .5; $2,417/$3,912

  12. https://portal.ct.gov/-/media/Departments-and-Agencies/DSS/Communications/HUSKY-Health---Five-Key-Points.pdf?la=en

  13. 44,000 students x .5

  14. 47,700 elderly/disabled renters tax beneficiaries

  15. 3,435 seniors aided each month (page 252) x .5

  16. 19,669 veterans additional exemption property tax relief beneficiaries

  17. ’When any veteran dies, not having sufficient estate to pay the necessary expenses of the veteran's last sickness and burial, as determined by the commissioner after consultation with the probate court for the district in which the veteran resided, the state shall pay the sum of one thousand eight hundred dollars toward such funeral expenses”; “The Honor Guard account funds three member rifle squads for veteran funerals, which is a supplemental benefit to the federally required presentation of the flag and playing of ‘taps’” (page 135)

  18. 1,040 troopers x .5

  19. ”The department's replacement schedule is for 250 patrol vehicles and 50 specialty/administrative vehicles annually. Bulletproof vests are replaced on a five year cycle” (page 128)

  20. There is state and town funding for nine regional fire training schools (Willimantic, Torrington, New Haven, Derby, Wolcott, Fairfield, Hartford, Middletown, Stamford). State aid totals $390,741 (page 125)

  21. 2,722 OCME autopsies and examinations in 2017 x .5.

  22. Itemized (page 169)

  23. 218 DCP employees (page 148) x .5

  24. 58,162 / 192 attorneys (p 12 [sum from graph], p 15) x 2

  25. “The average disposition time is between 21 and 23 months”; halving judges should double that

  26. 866 kits tested in FY17 (page 17) x .5; “Any such costs shall be charged to the Forensic Sex Evidence Exams account in the Judicial Department”