Are you in favor of Governor Ned Lamont's plan to tax groceries?

Background Information

A recent article in the CT Mirror this week revealed, Governor Ned Lamont's plan to tax groceries in Connecticut.

According to the article,  "Consumers would pay an estimated $424 million more this year on groceries if the full 6.35 percent sales tax was applied. The exemption for prescription medication, syringes and needles save shoppers another $387 million — or $416 million after the tax break for over-the-counter medications is included."

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