One of organized labor’s two legislative priorities in 2022 — a ban on “captive audience” meetings that unions say are used to thwart organizing — won final passage late Friday night.
With state government enjoying unprecedented budget surpluses, some leaders say it’s time to give something back to the taxpayers.
Projections show Connecticut, by year’s end, will have regained 72% of the 26,225 hotel jobs it lost during the pandemic.
Though state government is awash in cash, a fiscal cliff looms that could intensify a growing tax fairness debate.
Massachusetts, New York also ranked high
Connecticut lagged most of the nation in personal growth during the pandemic, according to a national think-tank.
A new plan to preserve Connecticut’s debt-riddled unemployment trust fund would curb benefits and increase taxes on some businesses.
Business leaders said the state’s economy simply can’t recover if companies remain on the hook to cover the debt.
Economic trends and union struggles are pushing lawmakers to resolve through legislation questions once answered by collective bargaining.
The latest U.S. Census survey shows fears of lost income that experts say could shatter Connecticut’s already-fragile economy in 2021.
Gov. Ned Lamont is ready to ease more pandemic restrictions on Connecticut. But what would it take to restore them?
A new analysis says Connecticut’s unemployment is worsening, but a state labor economist counters that’s due to a statistically oddity.
Connecticut had half of the money needed to weather a recession in its unemployment trust fund before the pandemic hit.
The hiring of Chris DiPentima ends a tradition of promoting a government affairs professional from within CBIA.
Some firms have been granted loans in this week’s round of distributions. Others are still waiting.