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Short on Details, Bills Paving Way for Highway Tolls Advance

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Committee Approves State Manufacturing Director Bill

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Labor Committee Approves Package of Anti-Business Bills

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Lamont Asks Businesses to 'Stay at the Table'

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'Earth Bank,' Carbon Tax Bills Will Hike Energy Costs

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Lawmakers Consider Second Employer Gag Order Bill

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Fourth Quarter 2018 Economic & Credit Availability Survey

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January 2019 General Assembly Special Elections Results

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CBIA's 2019 Policy Priorities

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National Skills Coalition Work-Based Learning Academy

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Career Pathways Initiative

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2018 Survey of Northwest Connecticut Businesses

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CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

"There are no policies lawmakers can enact to force businesses to invest in this state," writes @HartfordBiz' Greg Bordonaro. "Instead, we simply give them more reasons to move their money elsewhere." bit.ly/2YlbyRW #cteconomy #ctpolitics

3 hours ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Total compensation costs for private sector employers in the six New England states average $40.80 per hour, 20% higher than the national average. twitter.com/HartfordBiz/st…

3 days ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

"There are so many agendas right now that call for higher costs, more mandates, and more regulatory burdens," says CBIA's Joe Brennan. "All of them exacerbate the problem." bit.ly/2UNRO7h #cteconomy #ctpolitics

4 days ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

Terrible start to 2019 for Connecticut job growth, as @CTDOL revises January's initially reported gain of 1,000 jobs down to a loss of 2,500. Another 400 jobs lost in February. bit.ly/2MU6sWu #cteconomy pic.twitter.com/NpsYUdNeIb

4 days ago
CBIA on Twitter @CBIAnews

As of now, drivers will pay 6 cents a mile to travel I-95, I-91, I-84, and Route 15, with #tolls expected to generate up to $1 billion annually. twitter.com/connpost/statu…

5 days ago