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Get CT Back on Top

EAST HARTFORD – Connecticut has compiled a disgraceful list of lasts in recent years, as the Yankee Institute highlighted on Wednesday this week with a full page advertisement in several major CT newspapers.

Yankee Institute Executive Director Fergus Cullen said,” Now is the time to lower spending and adopt pro-growth tax policies that will move Connecticut from last to first.”

The specific policies advocated by the Yankee Institute are available on the Yankee PolicyWiki. They include:

Connecticut can get back on top. The General Assembly should take action immediately on these important issues.

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