Tomorrow at noon, Governor Jodi Rell will present her budget for the next two fiscal years to the General Assembly, a budget that is expect to be at least six billion dollars in the red. While details of the Governor's proposal to fix this deficit have yet to be revealed, it is expected that she will propose closing Riverview Hospital, the state's psychiatric hospital for children in Middletown. At a taxpayer cost of over $862,000 a year, per child, and well documented problems with care quality, many believe shifting these children to private hospitals will better protect them and save the state millions of dollars. One of these people is the Connecticut State Child Advocate, Jeanne Milstein, who monitors Riverview at the request of Governor Rell. She stopped by to talk with Ray Hardman about the future of Riverview.