Do you think it’s fair and prudent—or maybe ridiculous and disingenuous—that Connecticut’s Wholesale Gross Receipts tax on gasoline is based on a percentage that rises and falls with the world’s volatile oil markets?

Aside from plans to stop the scheduled increase in the tax from 7 percent to 7.5 percent during Wednesday’s special session, what should the General Assembly and governor do in the long term to change this tax, if at all?

Join the discussion and let your lawmakers know how you feel.