Connecticut's senators late Wednesday voted to repeal the state's recently enacted tax on wages and salaries, replacing it with an 8.25% sales tax and other measures.

The measure would create, in addition to the higher sales tax, a separate tax on investment income, delay a $70 million contribution to the state teachers pension func, and impose $453.1 millions of cuts in general fund and transportation spending.

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