Formica and Carney Host Open House in Old Lyme

State Sen. Paul Formica and State Rep. Devin Carney (Credit: CT Examiner/Stroud)

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Speaking off-the-cuff and from a Senate Republican handout based on information provided by the nonpartisan Office of Legislative Research, Formica and Carney said that the state would end the legislative session with a $458 million deficit, a number of regressive tax increases on the horizon to fill in the gap, and the question of tolls deferred to a special session sometime this summer.
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