Bills Pending Connecticut Joint Commerce Committee

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CTSB00158Intro
25%
To require (1) the Labor Commissioner to study the impact that background checks have on employment opportunities within the state's defense industry, and (2) the Commissioner of Administrative Services to study outreach and marketing efforts related...
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTSB00160Intro
25%
To: (1) Require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to establish the Learn Here, Live Here program; (2) increase the annual expenditure on such program to not more than five million dollars; and (3) make such program available to i...
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTSB00159Intro
25%
To establish a task force to study the feasibility of developing a multimodal transportation center in the towns of Stonington and Groton.
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTHB05190Intro
25%
To allow the historic homes rehabilitation tax credit to be applied against additional taxes.
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTSB00157Intro
25%
To establish a tax credit for research and development expenses of pass-through entities.
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTHB05093Intro
25%
To increase funding for the Artist Fellowship Program by fifty per cent.
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2024-02-22
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTHB05189Intro
25%
To require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to study the state's "blue economy" and ways to promote and grow economic activity on the state's coastline and waterways.
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2024-02-22
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTSB00021Intro
25%
To increase the annual expenditure on the Learn Here, Live Here program to not more than five million dollars and to make such program available only to individuals whose income is seventy-five thousand dollars or less.
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2024-02-13
To Joint Commerce Committee
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