Connecticut Treasurer Francisco L. Borges last week warned state lawmakers that the state's bond ratings could plunge and borrowing costs rise if a budget did not emerge by sometime Sunday, the last day in the state's fiscal year.

"A budget impasse of more than a very few days would have a substantial impact on state finances," Mr. Borges said, according to a press release issued by the state treasury Thursday.

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