From Connecticut to Wisconsin, states across the country are trying to fill budget gaps with new taxes and cuts in spending. It won't be easy. They're trying to be creative.
In Connecticut, Gov. Dan Malloy is even going after coupon clippers. As part of $1.5 billion in new taxes in Connecticut, Malloy proposes a sales tax on the original price of something -- never mind whether you get a big discount when you buy it.
"Working class people rely on things like coupons to generate savings,"...Full Story