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Results for: Education & Workforce Development
149 days old
HB 6406 an act exempting workforce development programs from the sales tax Status: Died (Finance, Revenue and Bonding)

Exempts third-party workforce development programs from the sales and use tax beginning in January 2022.

172 days old
HB 6407 an act concerning the occupational and professional licenses of military members' spouses Status: Died (General Law)

Allows military spouses to sit for licensing exams if the individual has held a license in another state for at least one year and is in good standing. The individual would be subject to fines and exams.

145 days old CBIA Supports
HB 6435 an act extending the manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit to pass-through entities Status: Died (Finance Revenue and Bonding)

Allows the manufacturing apprenticeship tax credit to apply to the business entity tax and income tax beginning this year.

145 days old CBIA Supports
HB 6440 an act establishing the jobsct tax rebate program Status: Died (Finance Revenue and Bonding)

Creates a tax rebate program for qualifying businesses in sectors including bioscience, aerospace, manufacturing, and finance that add at least 25 full-time employees for a minimum of two years. The program would be capped at $40 million and is structured as an “earn as you grow” program.

172 days old CBIA Supports
HB 6445 an act expanding economic opportunity in occupations licensed by the department of consumer protection. Status: Died (House)

Allows the Department of Consumer Protection to issue professional licenses to residents and spouses of military members who move into the state assuming the individual is in good standing for at least a year with another state and meets any testing requirements by the department.