Connecticut Wants More Tax Revenues

Governor Malloy is detailing his new  budget adjustment proposal.  

He unveiled details of the plan yesterday,  including some new taxes.  

They include a higher levy on cigarettes, a  25-cent-per-bottle deposit on wine and liquor and the elimination of the  200-dollar property tax credit against the income tax. 

Malloy's budget  adjustment plan also repeals the sales tax exemption for  nonprescription drugs.

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