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Conn. Gas Tax to Continue Until January 1

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Connecticut Governor Ned Lamont released new information on Monday about the gas tax and energy and electric prices. Lamont said an agreement has been reached with the legislature to continue the $.25 gas tax until January 1, 2023. After that, it will slowly go down $.05 until it is back to normal on May 1,2023. Fares on CT Transit will also continue to be fare-free through May 1,. 2023, according to Lamont.
Published 2 months ago · Southampton, United States

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