Lamont Proposes Tax Cuts He Calls ‘Sustainable’

A screenshot of Gov. Ned Lamont during a remote press conference on Jan. 4, 2022. Courtesy of CTNewsJunkie.com

West Hartford’s mill rate, which is currently 42.42 mills, is higher than the 29 mill rate cap for vehicles which is among the tax relief measures being proposed.

By Christine Stuart, CTNewsJunkie.com 

Gov. Ned Lamont introduced a handful of tax cuts that he plans to propose when the legislative session opens later this month.

“I’m trying to provide tax cuts that are sustainable,” Lamont said during a virtual press conference Wednesday.

Lamont, who is running for re-election, announced a handful of tax cuts, including one on motor vehicles.

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