With little or no interaction and few signals from legislative leaders that a new budget proposal may be on the horizon for FY 18-19, Governor Malloy today offered his fourth proposal to pay the state’s bills and balance the budget during the biennium.
The Governor’s new […]
Written on October 16, 2017 at 12:00 pm, by gbactuser
Finance Committee Calls it a Day, Approves Tax, Bond Other Revenue-related Proposals
The Legislature’s Finance Committee today approved, along party lines, a proposed 2017 tax package that would support the budget approved by the Appropriations Committee yesterday. However, as many pointed out, the package does […]
Written on April 8, 2016 at 12:55 pm, by gbactuser
The Capitol Beat
From Gaffney, Bennett & Associates
March 31, 2014—April 4, 2014
This week all 24 legislative committees officially completed work on bills originating in their committees. Four weeks and five days from now we will know the outcome of those efforts. The final gavel […]
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The Progressive Caucus of the state Legislature unveiled its alternative budget proposal today, downplaying the Governor’s proposed “sin taxes” and sales tax increases on household goods and services and instead pushing for a higher marginal income tax on high earners and a tax on capital […]
In his inaugural budget proposal, Governor Lamont relied heavily on a broad expansion of the sales tax base to currently exempt goods and services to spread the pain and balance the budget for fiscal years 2020-21. While the […]