Connecticut residents already pay the second-worst state and local tax burden, the last thing they need is higher taxes. But that’s what they’ve been promised by the leading Democratic gubernatorial candidate, Ned Lamont.
This week, Lamont again stated he was interested in electronic tolling to bring in more revenue, and expanding the state’s internet sales tax beyond its borders.
As governor, Democrat Ned Lamont says he will consider revenue increases along with streamlining and spending restraint to balance budget. When asked for examples of possible tax increases, he discussed expanding sales tax to cover more online transactions. pic.twitter.com/JqSUNs2tcx
— Paul Hughes (@RA_PaulHughes) May 30, 2018