Lamont Mulls Priorities With Special Session Set For June 27

Gov. Ned Lamont responds to questions from reporters following the State Bond Commission meeting Friday, June 7, 2024, at the Legislative Office Building in Hartford. Photo credit: Hudson Kamphausen, CTNewsJunkie

The first priority in the special session will be amending the car tax statute’s depreciation schedule. 

By Hudson Kamphausen, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Conversations about the General Assembly’s imminent special session loomed after the State Bond Commission meeting Friday, with Gov. Ned Lamont laying out his priorities for the opportunity to address some leftover issues.

The House is expected to come in for the session June 27, with the Senate either preceding it by a day or sharing the date.

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