During a press conference at a Stratford train station announcing his $10 billion plan to speed up the New Haven Line, Gov. Ned Lamont was asked by a reporter about the highway use tax –
plastic bag tax
Barring another extension of Gov. Ned Lamont's executive order, Connecticut’s 10 cent tax on single-use plastic grocery bags will return on Wednesday, July 1. Lamont initially suspended the plastic bag tax until May 15 in
**UPDATE: Gov. Lamont issued an executive order at approximately 8:30 p.m. on May 13 extending the suspension of the plastic bag tax until June 30. Executive Order 7NN can be viewed here. Yankee's original article
As states New York and Maine are pulling back on single-use plastic grocery bag bans in the wake of the COVID-19 outbreak, Connecticut may have missed an opportunity to not only have environmentally safe single-use
It is a genuine law of economics, because it is a central law of human nature: if you tax something, you get less of it. A necessary corollary: most taxes bring in less revenue than
How big were the tax hikes in Governor Ned Lamont’s budget proposal? If you include all of the proposed increases over the next few years, and account for a few tax breaks, the total comes
The steady drip of information and budget ideas from the governor’s office over the past two weeks finally culminated with Gov. Ned Lamont’s first budget proposal, which will be sure to please practically no one.
You're sensitive to the environment. You reduce, reuse, and recycle. But to a group of radical environmentalists and state legislators, you are an ecological sinner if you carry your groceries home in a plastic bag.