My Favorite Quotes
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 Robert Genuario - “She made the do-no-harm call. Neither side could complain that something the other side got would hurt the state in the long run.”
 Robert Genuario - “We don't think the state ought to be paying checks to folks through the income tax system when they don't pay income taxes.”
 Robert Genuario - “We are grateful for the bipartisan effort to craft this important legislation. There will be no additional amounts paid by taxpayers, no tax increases, no tolls. Now is not the time to increase the price of gasoline.”
 Robert Genuario - “We think that's the way to go. We think it would not have been wise in this particularly volatile climate to increase the gasoline tax or increase a tax that would inevitably cause a rise in gasoline prices.”
 Robert Genuario - “It's April 3. The session ends May 3. We've got a lot of work to do.”
 Robert Genuario - “We've got a lot of work to do. Frankly, I think you have to scrap the appropriations package if you're going to do tax cuts. ... It just doesn't work.”
 Robert Genuario - “Obviously, this is a mistake because it is inconsistent with the governor's bill to eliminate the car tax.”
 Robert Genuario - “I hope the car tax is still on the table, but it would take substantial changes to the budget. The car tax proposal works because it controls spending. You can't do tax cuts if you don't control spending.”
 Robert Genuario - “We need a Connecticut business year or a Connecticut business decade.”
 Robert Genuario - “If we were to adopt both of these packages, we'd be in a world of hurt in 14 months.”