An attempt to do away with Connecticut's new tax on wages appears headed for death by veto even if it passes in state Senate voting today, because too few lawmakers have joined the state's sputtering tax rebellion.

"It's extremely unlikely that this will become law," said Benson R. Cohn, the state's assistant treasurer for debt management. "They did not muster enough votes in the House to override a governor's veto."

Limited Time Offer

Save $400 off your subscription. Special offer ends April 30, 2017.

14-Day Free Trial

No credit card required. Complete access to articles, breaking news and industry data.