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Results for: Manufacturing
20 days old CBIA Supports
SB 98 an act extending the manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit to pass-through entities Status: Died (House)

Allows pass-through entities to claim the manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit against the personal income tax or the affected business entity tax. Bill language was passed in state budget bill HB 5506 section 429.

42 days old
SB 112 an act concerning funding for a specialty chemical and water treatment manufacturing facility and global research and development laboratory for the marine industry Status: Died (Senate)

Would have allowed for a grant in aid of $1 million through DECD for a supply chain specialty chemical and water treatment manufacturing facility and global research and development laboratory for the marine industry. The cosponsors on this bill are from the Waterbury delegation so it is likely the facility would be in Waterbury, but there are no further details.

92 days old
HB 5123 an act concerning manufacturer needs in the state Status: Died (House)

Would have allowed DECD to conduct a study relating to manufacturing needs in the state.

58 days old
HB 5265 an act requiring the issuance of a request for proposals for a career and stem computer or mobile application for students Status: Died (House)

Required the Economic and Community Development Commissioner to issue a request for proposals for the development of a computer or mobile application to promote student career awareness and STEM skill development for middle school students in the state by October 1, 2022.