Posted on May 3, 2022
HARTFORD – On Monday evening, the House approved adjustments to the state’s current state budget. State Rep. Jay Case (R-Winsted) opposed the adjustment package because there was not enough long-term financial relief provided to residents and businesses. Additionally, the budget document was not made available for review until about 4:30 a.m. on Monday morning.
“We received this document with little to not time to review it. The process should not be as compressed when we are talking about how to…
Posted on April 21, 2022
Republicans held a news conference this morning to unveil a detailed tax relief plan “An Affordable Connecticut” that goes beyond the temporary relief package they supported earlier in the year. This proposed plan focuses on making broad-based tax cuts, totaling $1.2 billion in relief, that will benefit every Connecticut resident and business. To watch this morning’s press conference, click here.
An Affordable Connecticut
The plan is comprised of the following tax decreases:
Posted on April 14, 2022
HARTFORD—State Rep. Jay Case (R-Winsted) and his fellow Republicans called on the attorney general to take action in order to expand the scope of what pandemic relief dollars can be used for – namely tax relief.
“Lowering the tax burden on Connecticut residents is critical to the success of the state’s overall recovery effort from the impacts of the pandemic,” said Rep. Case. “Inflation and global conflicts are only fueling the hardship that too many residents are facing, using these resources will…