Lawmakers expanded the governor’s proposed 25% business tax credit for child care costs to go toward donations to nonprofit providers.
Members of CT’s congressional delegation say they’ll keep pressing the Army for answers on why it chose Textron Inc.’s Bell instead of Sikorsky.
CT lawmakers are weighing solutions, including a food access advocacy office and tax incentives to grocery stores opening in food deserts.
The Stratford-based company had filed a protest to the Army selecting Textron Inc.’s Bell to build the successor to the Black Hawk helicopter.
The CT bill would ban non-compete agreements for most workers earning less than three times the minimum wage.
CT would require certain alternative lenders to disclose the estimated APR on loans to their customers, which are often small businesses.
Gov. Ned Lamont has created a blue ribbon panel to craft a strategic plan for Connecticut’s child care system by the end of this year.
The president’s 2024 budget request would opt to modernize the engine for the F-35 fighter jet instead of looking for a replacement.
Performing arts leaders are pushing lawmakers to approve a tax break for traveling theater productions that choose to “tech” in Connecticut.
Australia would acquire up to five Virginia-class subs built in part by Electric Boat in CT, but challenges remain to meet the demand.
CT is one of 13 states considering applying the minimum wage to restaurants. Wait staff currently earn a minimum of $6.38 per hour plus tips.
State leaders are working to coordinate industrial and academic efforts to adopt AI, big data and robotics. It’s no simple task.
Some lawmakers want to get rid of a tax credit program designed to encourage film production in the state — but others want to expand it.
Members of CT’s congressional delegation say they have received vague answers about why the proposal from Bell was selected over Sikorsky’s.
Amid unsettling news from Lego, Lockheed-Martin and Digital Currency Group, Alexandra Daum says the key to growth is telling CT’s story.