Your voices were heard!April 12, 2017
The state has withdrawn its controversial plan to spend $300,000 studying how to tax state residents for miles driven on Connecticut roads.
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- You called and emailed lawmakers and the governor!
- You said “No!” to allowing a Connecticut Mileage Tax to become a reality!
- You spoke out – and your voices were heard loud and clear!
Thank you for staying active in our state government, at the end of the day a mileage tax is a burden taxpayers can’t afford.
I am pleased to see Connecticut finally withdrawing from the program. This proves that when we speak up, we can get the positive results we seek and put our state back on the right path.