Representatives of Better Choices for Connecticut released a report outlining several options to stop Governor Rell's proposed budget cuts on vital needs and services by taxing the rich.
The rich are getting richer, and they are paying fewer taxes.
With 35 percent unemployment in building trades and looming state budget cuts to education, labor unions and allies are demanding Wall Street banks pay their "fair share."
More than 200 women leaders call for a "sensible" tax rate to overcome budget crisis of "epic proportions."
"Government has a responsibility to assist people in these hard economic times," former autoworker Clem Smith told a crowd on the state Capitol steps.
ORLANDO, Fla. (PAI) - Pat Quinn claims he is thinking out of the box. The times - and the economy of both his state and the nation - demand it. And he wishes politicians in Washington would do the same.