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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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Results for: Education & Workforce Development
143 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.

129 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.

117 days old CBIA Supports
SB 13 an act expanding economic opportunity in licensed occupations Status: Awaiting Action (Senate)

Modernizes the state’s occupational licensing system, including for military spouses. Transitions additional licenses to an online renewal system, allows all classroom training to be completed through online courses, expedites the process for recognizing licenses conferred by other states, expands access to on-the-job training, and clarifies and limits which criminal convictions can bar applicants from a license.

143 days old CBIA Supports
SB 102 an act concerning the learn here, live here program Status: Awaiting Action (Higher Education and Employment Advancement)

Directs DECD to establish a program in which graduates of Connecticut higher education institutions can segregate their income tax liability (a maximum of $2,500 per calendar year) for up to 10 years after graduation to be used to buy their first home in the state.

136 days old CBIA Supports
SB 167 an act establishing a tax credit for businesses that hire formerly incarcerated individuals Status: Awaiting Action (Commerce)

Establishes a tax credit for businesses that hire formerly incarcerated individuals.