The child tax rebate is available to single parents who earned $100,000 or less and to couples who make $200,000 or less.
Progressives urged Gov. Ned Lamont to tap swelling state revenues to secure permanent tax relief for low- and middle-income families.
About 600,000 Connecticut children, and the state’s economy, would be affected if Congress fails to renew key pandemic relief.
One legislator has pitched a number of options to salvage tax cuts to the working poor and families with children.
An income tax break for the working poor seems to have a reserved spot in the next state budget.
During this election season, the CT Mirror convened groups of people from around the state to ask their opinions on key campaign issues and their perceptions of the appropriate role of government. A common theme emerged: health care — the cost, the disparities and the need for change.