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03.04.2012

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Morning Edition: Gas Gross Receipts Tax Bill Signed MP3

Governor Malloy signed a bill today that caps the gross receipts tax on the wholesale price of gasoline. The law will give drivers a small break at the pump. The legislation was unanimously approved last week by the General Assembly. The governor waited until today to sign the bill to give Connecticut businesses affected by the law time to adjust their computer systems. The law caps the... Source: yourpublicmedia.org

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