Fighting to make Connecticut a top state for business, jobs, and economic growth.

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.


Read More

Bill Tracker

Keep pace with the latest legislative developments. Easily search bills that impact your business, from taxes and state spending to the environment and labor.
33 days old CBIA Evaluating
SB 1 an act concerning the manufacture and distribution of insulin Status: Awaiting Action (Senate)

References imposition of a fee on insulin production, with input from the Commissioners of Insurance and Social Services, and is generally considered a placeholder for a mechanism to cap the monthly or annual cost of insulin to consumers.

52 days old CBIA Supports
SB 3 an act concerning twenty-first century jobs Status: Awaiting Action (Commerce)

Incentives the creation of new jobs and increases employment in the state.

44 days old CBIA Monitoring
SB 5 an act concerning internet service providers and net neutrality principles Status: Awaiting Action (Energy and Technology)

Requires internet service providers to register with PURA and requires PURA to apply net neutrality principles to internet service providers and enforce such principles as civil penalties.

38 days old CBIA Supports
SB 9 an act establishing the jobsct tax rebate program Status: Awaiting Action (Commerce Committee)

Creates an earn-as-you-grow incentive program for businesses to expand in or move to Connecticut. Businesses that create and maintain 25-plus full-time, well-paying jobs are eligible for 25% income tax rebate, or 50% if also located in an opportunity zone or distressed municipality.

59 days old CBIA Monitoring
SB 10 an act concerning certain recommendations regarding climate change Status: Awaiting Action (Energy and Technology)

Allows DEEP to assess the energy, environmental, and air quality impacts of adopting California’s medium and heavy-duty emission standards to help achieve Connecticut’s goal of zero carbon emissions by 2040. It also codifies the state’s 2040 goal into state statute and provides DEEP the authority to procure up to 300,000-megawatt hours of energy storage, demand response, and energy efficiency.