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The Capitol Beat: March 23-27

The first day of spring is one thing, and the first spring day is another.  The difference between is sometimes as great as a month. – Henry Van Dyke

Work Winding Down in All but a Handful of Committees; Appropriations and Finance Committees Continue Efforts to Craft […]

The Capitol Beat: March 2-6

March is a month without mercy for rabid basketball fans.  There is no such thing as a ‘gentleman gambler’ when the Big Dance rolls around. – Hunter S. Thompson

Votes on Numerous Wage and Workplace Bills Anticipated Next Week As Labor Committee’s March 17 Deadline for Reporting […]

The Capitol Beat: February 16-20

Never base your budget requests on realistic assumptions, as this could lead to a decrease in your funding. –Scott Adams, Dilbert cartoonist

GOVERNOR’S 2016-17 BUDGET LEAVES FEW UNTOUCHED; NONPROFITS, BUSINESSES COLLEGES SHARE PAIN IN FORM OF CUTS OR COSTLY TAX POLICY CHANGES

Businesses, state universities, hospitals and […]

The Capitol Beat: February 2-6

Speaker, Municipal Commission Back Incentives to Generate Revenues for Towns

In the latest push to give municipalities more flexibility and relieve them of their over-reliance on the regressive property tax system, House Speaker Brendan, D-Hamden, and the municipal commission he created several years ago, this week […]

The Capitol Beat: January 26-30

I shall never use profanity except in discussing taxes. –Mark Twain

STATE TAX PANEL HEARS PRIMER ON CONNECTICUT TAX PRACTICE AND POLICY

As part of an ongoing information-gathering process, the State Tax Panel charged with reviewing Connecticut’s myriad taxes and policies this week received primers on the […]

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