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.

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Keep pace with the latest legislative developments. Easily search bills that impact your business, from taxes and state spending to the environment and labor.
64 days old CBIA Supports
SB 2 an act expanding preschool and mental and behavioral services for children Status: Enacted (PA 22-81)

Addresses pandemic impact on childhood depression, anxiety, and developmental delays through the expansion of support services.

84 days old CBIA Supported
SB 3 an act requiring the board of regents for higher education to develop seminar programs for small businesses Status: Died (House)

Requires the Board of Regents to develop seminar programs for small businesses relating to online commerce at the regional community- technical colleges. The bill defines a small business as twenty-five or fewer employees. The programs will include courses on electronic commerce, social media, and virtual currency. Bill language was passed in state budget bill HB 5506 Section 27.

57 days old CBIA Supports
SB 4 an act concerning the connecticut clean air act Status: Enacted (PA 22-25)

Expands the CHEAPR rebate program to businesses that buy EV vehicles; establishes a voucher program for Class 5-Class 13 zero-emission trucks; new requirement for “regionally significant projects” to undergo emission projection and undergo mitigation projects to offset emissions from the regionally significant project.

64 days old CBIA Opposes
SB 5 an act concerning online dating operators, online child grooming and harassment, domestic violence training and protections for victims of family violence and domestic violence Status: Enacted (Public Act 22-82)

Section 10(e), (f) and (g) contains language that would overturn 20 years of law that sets the threshold for when an employee has a right to assert a claim of harassment or discrimination. Additionally, the language creates disincentives for employers and employees to enter into settlement agreements.

57 days old
SB 6 an act concerning personal data privacy and online monitoring Status: Enacted (PA 22-15)

Intends to improve the privacy of personal information and protect consumers' data.