You and your family are getting buried alive in Connecticut taxes.You are sick and tired of rising gas prices.
You want relief at the pumps.
But The Tax-o-crats at the State Capitol in Hartford don’t want to hear it.
Because they are reaping a windfall of tax collections at your expense.
Because Connecticut’ hidden gas tax increases as the wholesale price of gas increases.
Every time you fill up your tank, you are being gouged.
A public hearing has not been scheduled on my proposal to cap the gas tax.
Without a public hearing, you are prevented from publicly speaking your minds on my bill, Senate Bill 5.
On Wednesday, March 21, we are going to join together to try to change that.
You deserve to be heard, and you WILL be heard on March 21.
The rally will be held at 11 a.m. in Room 1 E of the Legislative Office Building (LOB), 300 Capitol Avenue, Hartford.
It's time to let state government know we're not going to take this lying down.
After the rally, we will visit legislators from your cities and towns to let them know loud and clear that we want a public hearing and a debate about capping the hidden gas tax.
Hear me talk about our Cap the Gas Tax Rally with Jim Vicevich of WTIC 1080 here >;>
Free parking is available in the LOB Garage. Get there early and spread the word.
For those who cannot attend, please join with the thousands of taxpayers who have signed my online petition to cap the hidden gas tax atwww.senatorsuzio.com.
Send letters to your local newspapers supporting my bill. Post the rally information on your facebook page. Tweet about it. Tell your state government leaders to listen to the taxpayers of Connecticut. Call Gov. Malloy at 860 566 4840. Tell them all to support Senate Bill 5.
As always, I thank you for your tremendous support of this initiative.
We will not give up.
We are not going away.
We will not stop fighting for
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