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The Connecticut Business & Industry Association is the voice of business in Connecticut, with thousands of member companies championing change at the State Capitol, shaping debate about economic competitiveness, and fighting for a better future for all.


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"We will invest in this state and create jobs, but we have to have a stable environment." @bigelowtea, @EversourceCorp, @TheHartford, @rjjulia, @StanleyBlkDeckr, @WebsterBank leaders join new #cteconomy commission. cour.at/2oEpPLt

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#Bridgeport #manufacturing company @Amodex named Connecticut family-owned business of the year by @SBAgov. bit.ly/2kFK9XK #smallbiz

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Move is expected to save state's community college system $28 million annually. twitter.com/CTMirror/statu…

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Governor's options for closing $203 million #ctbudget deficit include hiking sales tax to 6.9% (restaurants to 7%), increasing real estate conveyance tax, more municipal aid cuts, allowing supermarkets to sell wine. bit.ly/2z9zYDl

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Rescind? Retain? Modify? #NLRB reopens debate on ambush election rule. bit.ly/2nTRTu6 #HR #emplaw

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