Budget-Seeking Connecticut Lawmakers Compromise on Inheritance Tax, Welfare

Piazza, Johanna
July 2003
Bond Buyer;7/29/2003, Vol. 345 Issue 31687, p4
Trade Publication
Reports that lawmakers in Connecticut from different parties reached a compromise over the state's long-overdue operating budget on July 25, 2003. Decision made by lawmakers regarding inheritance tax and adult welfare assistance; Value for estate above which tax to be increased; Estimation for saving for state due to elimination of cash payment for adult welfare recipients.


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