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Many Connecticut residents could see federal taxes go up

The new limit on the deductibility of property taxes is predicted to depress real estate values in Connecticut and rest of the Northeast. Senator Richard Blumenthal says that he and other Senate Democrats are making a last-ditch attempt to stop the ...

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