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148 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SB 10 an act concerning climate change mitigation

Status: Enacted (PA 22-5)

Requires the state to eliminate greenhouse gas emissions from electricity supplied to electric customers in the state by January 1, 2040. The bill establishes this requirement as an emissions reduction goal under the state’s Global Warming Solutions Act. Under this bill, the Global Warming Solutions Act requires the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from all sources to a level at least
10% below the level emitted in 1990 by January 1, 2020;
45% below the level emitted in 2001 by January 1, 2030;
80% below the level emitted in 2001 by January 1, 2050.
The bill additionally requires the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from electricity supplied to electric customers in the state to zero percent by January 1, 2040.

181 Days Old

SB 11 an act concerning revenue items to implement the governor's budget

Status: Died (Senate)

Would have increased the property tax credit from $200 to $300 and expands eligibility. Accelerate the phase of in the pension and annuity income tax exemption. Provides a tax credit to corporations that help pay loans issued by CHESLA. Requires municipalities with a mill rate above 29 to reduce the assessed value of non-commercial vehicles by $5,000. Deposits temporary ARPA dollars into an off-budget account to fund a permanent child tax credit.

167 Days Old Cbia Opposes

HR 11 resolution proposing approval of an agreement between the state of connecticut and the state employees bargaining agent coalition (sebac)

Status: Enacted

This state labor union contract covers 46,237 employees across various state agencies and is based on employment numbers run on March 1, 2022. This contract includes wage increases, bonuses, and lump-sum payments with an extraordinary high cost to taxpayers of approximately $1.87 billion over the next four years.

166 Days Old Cbia Opposes

SR 12 resolution proposing approval of an agreement between the state of connecticut and the state employees bargaining agent coalition (sebac)

Status: Enacted

This state labor union contract covers 46,237 employees across various state agencies and is based on employment numbers run on March 1, 2022. This contract includes wage increases, bonuses, and lump-sum payments with an extraordinary high cost to taxpayers of approximately $1.87 billion over the next four years.

181 Days Old Cbia Supported

SB 12 an act authorizing and adjusting bonds of the state for capital improvements and infrastructure investment and jobs act matching funds and extending the time period for distributing grants for certain law enforcement equipment

Status: Died (Senate)

Would have bonded an additional $165 million in additional authorization to address the state’s infrastructure needs.

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