Suzio on state budget: ‘UNFOLDING CATASTROPHE’

Connecticut State Sen. Len Suzio, R-Meriden, calls Connecticut’s budget situation an “unfolding catastrophe.”  Appearing as a guest on CT On The Hill’s radio show, Sen. Suzio told host Dan Lovallo he was pleased with support for his bill SB 76.  The measure would defund a study on implementing a mileage tax and redirect the money to a fund for Veterans to pay for rifle salutes at funerals.

But when the discussion turned to the state budget and a looming two-year, $3 billion deficit, that is when Suzio uttered his “unfolding catastrophe” comment.

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One Comment on “Suzio on state budget: ‘UNFOLDING CATASTROPHE’”

  1. Can we clone this Senator and gain control of the Senate. It’s the only way we’ll ever win something in CT and get the state back to the people. If we don’t help him we’ll pay for it in spades.

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