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Connecticut state capitol

Keep pace with the latest legislative developments. Easily search bills that impact your business, from taxes and state spending to the environment and labor.

91 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 7 an act concerning connecticut paid sick days

Status: Died (Senate)

Mandates that all businesses, regardless of industry, provide paid sick leave to employees beginning Oct. 1, 2023. The employees will accrue one hour of sick leave for every 30 hours worked. The bill allows employees to use the paid sick leave on their 100th day of employment.

57 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 8 an act concerning drug affordability

Status: Died (Senate)

Establishes the “Canadian prescription drug importation program,” a Prescription Drug Affordability Board, and a Prescription Drug Affordability Stakeholder Council; requires the state employee health plan to cover the lowest wholesale cost of insulin.

96 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 11 an act coordinating connecticut resiliency planning and broadening municipal options for climate resilience

Status: Died (Senate)

Makes changes to building code to require resiliency measures. Also allows towns to create co-ops for creating resiliency measures.

91 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 12 an act modernizing the paid sick days statutes

Status: Died (Senate)

Requires all employers, regardless of industry or size, to provide 40 hours of paid sick time per year beginning Oct. 1, 2024. This is the Governor’s Bill.

42 Days Old Cbia Supports

SB 13 an act incentivizing student loan repayment assistance

Status: Governor's Desk

Extends the student loan repayment assistance tax credit to employer-supported repayment of all student loans. The credit program offers employers who make a direct payment to a student loan servicer on behalf of a qualified employee a 50% tax credit for the amount of the payments. Under existing statute, only student loans serviced by the Connecticut Higher Education Student Loan Authority were eligible for the credit.

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