Many jobs are being lost in CT when companies declare layoffs.
When looking at which branches & offices to close or consolidate the bottomline is that the companies do what is best for them.
To cut expenses they shut the doors of the CT locations because economically for them it makes sense to leave a state with high taxes & high costs to do business.
We have very few actual small business owners, farmers & working class people in our elected offices now so the elected officials have no interest in caring how their increasing taxes hurts not just the economy but the entire state of CT.
The elected officials do not seem to care that as those who have the ability to leave are doing so at an alarming rate while there is no decrease in the number of people who need public services that are funded by the taxpaying businesses & working families.
At some point in the very near future there just will not be the taxpayer base to pay for all of the services or the special projects that the elected have forced us into.
We are very near that point as it is but CT has been borrowing money to pay it's bills...
What happens when CT will no longer be extended credit?
How will CT pay it's bills?
Will the democrats in office that keep adding more mouths to feed to our state welfare rolls start pitting the citizen welfare recipient against the refugee & illegal welfare recipients who are given more rights than those who have been here since slave days?