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Themis Klarides Sep 4
The key to economic growth in CT is lowering taxes -keeps & will grow our tax base. Ppl are not leaving bc of traffic Gov, it’s bc CT has become too expensive. Tolls won’t change the fact that you EXPANDED the sales tax and RAIDED another $170 mil from the STF
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Themis Klarides Jul 1
We voted no - the Dems however voted in favor of raiding/shorting the Special Transportation Fund yet again - shocking. DEMS are trying to create a false need for tolls.
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Themis Klarides Sep 9
In light of Governor Lamont and Hartford Democrats’ “Transportation Reboot” I thought I would share this Special Transportation Fund video...
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Howard_In_CT 🇺🇸 Jul 3
Replying to @heather4liberty
Car taxes at least go to He towns, although the aDems tried a grab on those too. What’s stunning is the sales tax on cars and the gas taxes we pay, yet the special transportation fund is empty.
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Laura Devlin Jun 3
We have a plan to provide funding, NOT saddle future generations (like the added $27B in teacher pension refinancing costs) and get this state moving! Let’s go!
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CT Chronicle Apr 22
Once again dishonesty by ! This poll is from Jan 2018!
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CT Chronicle May 30
What did you do with the STF funds in the budget released this year?
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Laura Devlin May 20
Thanks to for speaking out. “It is the consensus of the board that at this time of fiscal instability due to high state spending and fixed costs, we cannot support highway tolls as one of those funding mechanisms.”
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Chris Mar 13
One of the reasons I voted against the lock box
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Laura Devlin Jul 3
Tolls are to Lamont what the income tax was to former “maverick” Governor Lowell Weicker, a new revenue source that relieves legislators of the necessity of cutting spending, the real wellspring of state deficits.
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jennifer a c cusato Mar 13
Actually, it falls under Title23 of the fed law, any funds left from the toll rev that addressed all toll maint can then be put towards “other transportation” Too much room for interpretation - so, basically the
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Brenda Kupchick May 18
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CT Chronicle Apr 16
door is open. Except when it comes to credit. after attacking the GOP Prioritize Progress plan he now has offered the same plan. His minions though obviously out of the loop preferred snark to actual leadership.
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smelly Walmart voter Aug 30
NOTOLLSAHOLES!!
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