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Connecticut's cutting personal income taxes. Could car taxes be next?

Traffic on I84 on the eastern edge of Hartford
Tyler Russell
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Connecticut Public
Traffic on I84 on the eastern edge of Hartford

Connecticut will soon see what’s being called the largest reduction in income tax since it was first enacted in 1991.

As Connecticut cuts taxes, federal lawmakers are huddling over a reduction totaling north of $200 billion. This hour, we're looking at tax cuts and their impact on the economy. Plus, we'll recap President Joe Biden's recent visit to Connecticut.

GUESTS:

  • Susan Haigh: State Capitol/Political Writer, The Associated Press
  • Ken Dixon: Government and Politics Reporter, CT Insider
  • Jean Ross: Senior Fellow, Economic Policy, The Center for American Progress
  • Molly Ingram: Fairfield County Reporter, WSHU

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Frankie Graziano is the host of 'The Wheelhouse,' focusing on how local and national politics impact the people of Connecticut.
Meg Dalton is the director of audio storytelling and talk shows for Connecticut Public where she oversees the station’s talk shows and podcasts, including the limited series 'In Absentia'.