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Suzio, who serves as Vice-Chair of the legislature’s Transportation Committee, said he was pleased to see unanimous support for his bill.
“Imagine a Connecticut tax that would put a privacy-invading GPS chip in your vehicle and track your every move,” Suzio said. “Imagine getting taxed for every mile you drive. Why should our state tax dollars be used to study this 'Big Brother' idea? This bill does the right thing, and I can’t thank Connecticut taxpayers enough for speaking out against the Mileage Tax. They are being heard, and they will continue to be heard. This is their victory.”
*Suzio represents Cheshire, Meriden, Middlefield, Middletown and Rockfall. He can be reached at Len.Suzio@cga.ct.gov or call 800-842-1421.
Photo: Outside the State Capitol, Sen. Len Suzio displays his petition to prevent state taxpayer dollars from being used to study a potential Connecticut Mileage Tax. Hundreds of Connecticut taxpayers have signed Suzio’s petition. Suzio’s pro-taxpayer legislation received the unanimous support of the Connecticut State Senate on May 25. The bill now heads to the House of Representatives.