There’s a question that keeps coming up as I work my way across the 26th district hosting a series of Town Hall meetings. At nearly every stop, my constituents ask what we’re doing to make Connecticut a more affordable place to live.
I’ve talked about student loan relief, which will help recent graduates stay in Connecticut. I’ve mentioned eliminating the business-entity tax, which will lend a hand to entrepreneurs. But there’s another important reform that didn’t make the headlines; we’re phasing out taxes on social security and pension payments.