They always seek to find alternate revenue sources through taxes or fees before first examining priorities, spending habits and internal financial controls. ..
That’s PRETTY MUCH the way dems approach on every financial issue.
What’s that first part on the gun range about? Virtue signalling? Setting your bona fides as a liberal, so you don’t come across as a anti-tax deplorable for the rest of the column?
Putting a gun range next to a state park, where there’s wide open spaces and few people to bother, is just crazy talk.
Repeal Davis-Bacon. That would cut costs by 40 percent, probably more in Connecticut. The democrat party shouldn’t be getting a kickback on state contracts to begin with.
You will have tolls. Nothing you do or say will change that. You idiots elected a complete leftist. What did you expect?
The former governor, malloy, ruined the state so much that not even HE could find a job in CT - he’s teaching for Boston College! (That won’t last long. I don’t see how anyone could sit in front of him for days, listening to the “UHs.”) It’s a mystery to me how someone so inarticulate could be chosen to teach! Oh, I forgot. It’s a reward for destroying the economy of CT.
These will not be your grandfather’s tolls.
A click of a mouse by a state official can raise tolls by any amount anywhere for any reason—and the poor driver won’t find out the bad news until they get the bill in the mail.
Folks who commute on the highways will get some serious sticker shock if peak hour tolling is used (which is likely—since it maximizes revenue).