Hey Taxpayers: Say “Not Again” to Gov. Malloy’s Bill #10!

February 28, 2018

Gov. Malloy has proposed more tax hikes.

Lots and lots of tax hikes!


They can be found in his Senate Bill #10.

Malloy is proposing:

  1. A new tax on nonprescription drugs and medicines.
  2. A new CT Tire Tax of $3 per tire.
  3. A new tax on low-income working families and elderly individuals by eliminating the $200 property tax credit
  4. A gas tax hike.
  5. A 25-cent deposit fee on wine and liquor bottles. Fruit, tea, sports, and energy drinks would also be subject to the redemption fee.
  6. A penalty on job creators by mmaintaining a “temporary” surcharge on the corporation tax that was due to expire June 30.
  7. A hike in the hotel tax.
  8. A hike in the tax on real estate conveyances.
  9. The eelimination of the $500 credit on the income tax for recent college graduates who earn a degree in a science, technology, engineering, or math field.

This is all on top of the 2 record-setting, job-killing tax hikes Malloy has already approved as governor.

Higher taxes are NOT the answer.

New taxes are NOT the answer.

A public hearing will be held on Friday to allow fed up taxpayers to speak out against those tax hikes

Send a brief email today to [email protected] saying “NO” to Senate Bill #10

  • Reference “Senate Bill 10” in the subject line
  • Include your name and town
  • Attend the hearing on Friday, March 2 at 12:00 p.m. in Room 2E of the Legislative Office Building.
  • Share this information with fed up taxpayers who will say “Not Again” to Senate Bill #10.

The bill can be read here: