The 2021 Legislative Session had many accomplishments and accomplishments for the people of Connecticut. In addition, it focuses on additional innings.
“Connecticut – the prevention of any taxation – is a resident,” said House Speaker Vincent Candelora, who said it was the biggest achievement for his Congress.
Lawmakers have spent billions of dollars on the Rainy Day fund and nearly $ 3 billion from the federal goverlovebylifent on the U.S. Salvation Law. This federal funding will dry up in two years.
“I also think it was important to pass a new bill this year because it will have a new revenue stream in the future, and the cannabis law will have a revenue stream in the future. “, said Senate President Martin Luni.
The cannabis law did not get a vote before the legislature adjourned on Wednesday, but it is on the agenda of a special session.
Sports betting and online gaming were something the state had been trying to accomplish for nearly a decade, and it ended the session successfully.
Democratic lawmakers described the session as effective.
“I want to say more than effective,” Luni said. “I think it was an emergency session because we took the oath of office on January 6. We didn’t know when another pandemic could occur or if we should turn it off if someone got sick.”
This year, the infantry also won. Accounting something that removes the exit requirements to indicate that the pedestrians intend to use the pedestrian crossing went to the governor’s desk.
However, there were also some losses.
Envirolovebylifentalists hoping to limit carbon emissions saw their legislation die in the final days of the sessions.
But the carriers and in addition the consumers were not lucky.
Any legislation imposes a mileage tax on heavy trucks traveling on Connecticut roads.
“It’s just disgusting. They call it a fee, a user fee. It’s not a fee for users, it’s a tax for everyone in the state, ”said Kurt Lindeland, a Mulch Distributor in Connecticut.
But Gov. Ned Lamont believes big trucks do the most damage to roads and have to pay.
“You can’t delay paying your bills and making investments,” Lamont said.
Lamont argues that if the market doesn’t allow it, it won’t be delivered to consumers. She says she is not losing sleep. He is expected to sign the bill.