EXECUTIVE SUMMARY A dog’s life in Connecticut may be cheap, but it’s not free. Towns charge owners a dog license fee that is set by the state, which then shares in the revenue collected. The
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By Fergus Cullen – This article originally appeared in the Connecticut Post on October 8, 2009 Download our report on Migration now! Over the last two decades, one in 10 Connecticut residents left the state.
The Yankee Institute’s new study on migration patterns in and out of Connecticut by J. Scott Moody, M.A. and Wendy P. Warcholik, Ph.D Download the full report now! (PDF) When Americans think they can find a
Yankee Institute Executive Director Fergus Cullen was the featured guest on the National Tax Foundation’s weekly podcast last week, talking about taxes and spending in the Nutmeg State. You can listen to it here. Discover
EXECUTIVE SUMMARY When Americans think they can find a better job and higher quality of life somewhere else, they move. Migration between the states is the ultimate expression of “voting with your feet.” Some states
You heard it first on WTIC 1080 with Jim Vicevich! Discover Simple, Private Sharing at Drop.io Here is the brand new publication from the Yankee Institute for Public Policy – the list of all of