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  • In November of next year, Massachusetts voters will decide whether people making $1 million or more a year will be charged a 4 percent surtax. The money would be earmarked for transportation and education. Could Connecticut follow suit?
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  • Connecticut State Rep. Josh Elliott is lamenting the power that local town committees have. Rep. Elliott wrote about his discontent in a Facebook post. Is this the passing of the guard?
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  • Connecticut state Sen. Len Suzio, R-Meriden, says the SEBAC deal cut between Gov. Dannel P. Malloy and the state public employee unions is "unsustainable." In a wide-ranging interview with Dan Lovallo, Sen. Suzio talked about the state's dire financial straits. He also discussed the transportation news conference conducted by the governor. Pictured in photo L-R: Dan Lovallo, Sen. Len Suzio

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  • CT On The Hill can report that Connecticut's projected $207.8 million deficit is just the tip of the iceberg and that the revenue shortfall is much deeper than that figure.
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