House Republicans Tackle Tax Cuts: Connecticut Residents Need Relief

House Minority Leader Vincent Candelora, R-North Branford, and Rep. Holly Cheeseman, R-East Lyme, present the House Republicans’ tax proposal during a news conference in the Legislative Office Building in Hartford on Thursday, Feb. 1, 2024. Photo credit: Jamil Ragland, CTNewsJunkie

Budget adjustments will be proposed by Gov. Ned Lamont when the legislative session opens on Feb. 7.

By Jamil Ragland, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Gov. Ned Lamont said he doesn’t intend to offer any more tax breaks this year, after the historic tax cuts adopted last year, but House Republicans believe there’s enough revenue to reduce taxes and make permanent some other fiscal policies.

“We think Connecticut taxpayers deserve to have more money in their pockets, and this would be a step in the right direction,” Rep. Holly Cheeseman, R-Groton, said at a Capitol press conference Thursday.

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