Looney and Fasano on same page. Both oppose Malloy attack on property tax credit


Normally at odds on numerous policies, Connecticut Senate President Martin M. Looney, D-New Haven, and Senate President Republican Leader Len Fassano, R-North Haven, are on the same page, when it comes to Gov. Dannel P. Malloy’s proposal to eliminate the property tax credit taken by many residents, when they file their income tax forms.

“This would be a $105 million hit to families who have given back enough already to the state in recent years,” Fasano was quoted in the Saturday Republican-American newspaper. 

Looney also told the paper eliminating the property tax credit would hurt middle class families.

The governor delivers his budget address on Feb. 8.  He’s recommended the property tax credit of $200 be eliminated.

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  1. I’m glad to see ONE democrat see’s the impact this guy is having on the economy of this state. He keeps going the way he’s going there won’t be any companies. Not to mention people left with any pockets to pick. I love my grandson’s but with out money to live and spend what good is it to stay here. Try looking into CUTS GOV, not just the stupid stuff, real cuts.

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