A bill to install tolls on Connecticut highways has advanced out of the legislature's Finance, Revenue & Bonding Committee. Wilton Senator Toni Boucher says tolling would continue the Malloy Administration’s legacy of placing higher and higher taxes on state residents. Boucher says 70 percent of toll money collected would come from Connecticut drivers. She was concerned that the bill before the committee contains no provision to reduce other taxes. The bill now moves to the House of Representatives.