Connecticut owes more on the state credit card per resident than nearly every other state in the country, according to a new study.
Marc E. Fitch
Lawmakers short-changed Connecticut’s Special Transportation Fund by $650 million between 2011 and 2017, according to a transportation funding document released by Senate Republicans -- more than enough to pay Connecticut's portion of the new commuter rail line from New Haven to Springfield, Massachusetts.
Connecticut municipalities are over-appraising low-value homes, driving up property taxes for those who can least afford it.
In the old days, becoming a public servant meant receiving less take-home pay but getting good benefits. It was a trade-off some were willing to make, but that trade-off has eroded in Connecticut.