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.
Authorizes association health plans in the state to the maximum extent permitted under federal law.
Supports diverse economic opportunities, worker protections, and small business revitalization.
Creates an unnecessary and onerous regulatory burden on the State's broadband internet service providers. All broadband service providers would have to register with the Public Utilities Control Authority by January 1, 2022. Upon registration, broadband service providers would be subject to regulatory oversight not dissimilar to how Energy policy is currently regulated. We have learned how burdensome that kind of regulation can be.
Establishes the ConnectHealth Program, and authorizes the comptroller to offer coverage to plan participants and beneficiaries under a multiemployer plan, to nonprofit employers and their employees, and to small employers and their employees.
Restricts when drug formularies may be changed.