EXECUTIVE SUMMARY By Alexia Boccuzzi, Meghan Portfolio, and Miles Stella Town and city websites play a crucial role in helping residents understand and participate in Connecticut’s distinctive system of local government. In the course of
Yankee Institute is a 501(c)(3) research and citizen education organization that does not accept government funding. Yankee Institute develops and advances free-market, limited-government solutions in Connecticut. As one of America’s oldest state-based think tanks, Yankee is a leading advocate for smart, limited government; fairness for taxpayers; and an open road to opportunity.
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY by Ken Girardin with analysis by Marc Joffe Most of Connecticut’s towns and cities face significant unfunded liabilities from pension and retiree healthcare benefits promised to current and former employees. In fact, these
Complete recording of Yankee Institute’s A View to ’22 virtual forum on Connecticut and the national economy with Donald Klepper Smith, Dr Fred Carstensen and Curtis Dubay moderated by Ken Girardin and Marc Fitch .
“As Comptroller Lembo prepares to leave his post at year’s end, it’s worth remembering he used his 11 years in office to chalk up several key wins for Connecticut taxpayers. He was the driving force
Yankee Institute applauds Governor Lamont’s remarks indicating his interest in property tax relief. Connecticut homeowners face property tax bills that are both higher and rising faster than they are in neighboring states. Our state has
Carol Platt Liebau, Yankee Institute’s president, was published in the Connecticut Post October 29. “Gov. Ned Lamont has a unique strategy for reducing income inequality, at least on Connecticut’s roads: He’s going to stop poor