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Latest bills:

54 days old CBIA Opposes
SR 12 resolution proposing approval of an agreement between the state of connecticut and the state employees bargaining agent coalition (sebac) Status: Enacted

This state labor union contract covers 46,237 employees across various state agencies and is based on employment numbers run on March 1, 2022. This contract includes wage increases, bonuses, and lump-sum payments with an extraordinary high cost to taxpayers of approximately $1.87 billion over the next four years.

76 days old
SB 410 an act concerning pharmacy benefit managers and spread pricing Status: Died (Appropriations)

Would have required the Connecticut Department of Insurance to analyze PBM's distribution of prescription drug practices regarding spread pricing, manufacturers’ rebates, transparency and accountability and submit a report to the General Assembly by January 1, 2023.

79 days old
SB 355 an act establishing the 340b drug pricing nondiscrimination act Status: Died (Senate)

Would have required that 340B covered entities receive the same drug cost reimbursement rates as non 340B entities and that drug manufacturers comply with federal 340B pricing when selling to 340B entities.

62 days old CBIA Opposed
SB 188 an act requiring brand name prescription drug manufacturers to provide samples of brand name drugs to generic prescription drug manufacturers Status: Died (Judiciary)

Would have required brand name drug manufacturers to provide samples of their drugs at wholesale cost to generic drug makers.

99 days old
SB 88 an act concerning aid in dying for terminally ill patients Status: Died (Judiciary)

Would have allowed competent, terminally ill adults to obtain "aid in dying" medication.

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Governor Urged to Veto 'Unconstitutional' Employer Gag Order

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AVANGRID CEO Headlines Women's Leadership Conference

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Poll: Inflation, Cost of Living Top Issues for Connecticut Voters

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Lamont Ignores Veto Calls, Signs Employer Gag Order

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Governor Urged to Veto 'Unconstitutional' Employer Gag Order

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Despite Bailout, Troubled State-Run Healthcare Plan Hikes Premiums

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State Budget: Winners and Losers

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Legislative Session: The Good, Bad, and Missed Opportunities

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Legislature Adopts Healthcare Cost Benchmarking

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Employment Discrimination Changes Stripped from Bill

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State Budget Revisions Include Workforce Development Initiatives

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Report: Connecticut Makes Progress Attracting Women Back to Work

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AVANGRID Networks' CEO Shatters Glass Ceiling

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April Jobs Report Highlights State's Recovery Challenges

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Healthcare's Future: Lessons from the Pandemic

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AVANGRID CEO Headlines Women's Leadership Conference

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Infrastructure Funds Will Transform State 'If We Do It Right'

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Shipman & Goodwin Lawyers Donate $11K to Ukrainian Children

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JPMorgan Chase Invests in Affordable Housing Initiative

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CBIA BizCast: Habitat Builds Homes, Generational Wealth

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Engage, Act: Connecticut Business Day Is April 12

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Democrat Wins Hartford State House Special Election

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Special Election: Republicans Hold Middlebury House Seat

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Josh Geballe Leaves Lamont Administration

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Democrats Retain Stamford House Seat

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Special Elections Scheduled for Three State House Seats

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The Math Doesn't Work on Connecticut Paid Leave

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Democrats Retain West Haven State House Seat

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DEEP's Natalie Braswell Appointed State Comptroller

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