Connecticut lawmakers drop plan to replace car tax

Lawmakers dropped the car tax proposal fearing its replacement would make the housing crisis worse.

News 12 Staff

Apr 4, 2024, 2:06 AM

Updated 11 days ago


Connecticut's hated car tax is staying put, at least for now.
On Wednesday, lawmakers abandoned a proposal that would phase out the car tax over five years and replace it with higher property taxes.
Critics are worried it could raise rents and make the state's housing crisis even worse.

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