|Connecticut needs a strong cap on state government spending – one that cannot be sidestepped.|
I am pleased to report that my proposal to implement the constitutional spending cap will receive a public hearing on Monday, April 3.
You can help me to get this sensible, fiscally responsible measure passed:
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Sunday, April 02, 2017
Bill #390: A common sense way to control CT govt spending.
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