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The governor is asking fellow Democrats to consider a scaled-back proposal that only would place tolls only in strategic locations.
An appeals court ruled Tuesday that Tweed has standing to sue the state and that the Federal Aviation Act (FAAct) takes precedence over any state laws that impact the safety of airplanes flying into or out of Tweed.
Truck drivers and other motorists who buy diesel fuel in Connecticut began paying an extra 2.6 cents per gallon this week — their second increase in two summers.
Gov. Ned Lamont wants to open high-level talks on tolls no later than next week.
If a new federal infrastructure bill gives Connecticut more transportation money, the state would be hard pressed to come up with its match.
The revolving door between the newsroom and the Connecticut statehouse is spinning once again. On July 22, NBC Connecticut’s political reporter Max Reiss will become Gov. Ned Lamont’s new communications director.
Toni Boucher and her former Republican colleagues are pushing a “solution” to Connecticut’s transportation funding woes with their go to strategy of borrowing more money. Excessive borrowing used to be anathema to the Republican Party. What happened? Do Republicans, like Boucher, think they can hide the real cost of more borrowing? Connecticut taxpayers know better. They will be paying increased taxes for decades to come with the Republican’s debt plan.
A recent article in the Hartford Business Journal, published as part of the “The Cities Project,” suggests that a solution to the revenue shortfall in cities might be the use of revenue sources other than the property tax. It's not.
Get ready. The State of Connecticut's new ban on single-use plastic bags goes into effect August 1. It will place a tax of 10 cents on each single-use plastic bag.
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