A two-year, $43 billion state budget was approved by both the House & Senate yesterday, helping the state close a $3.7 billion deficit. Below is a recap of issues CFA was actively engaged in during this session. (more…)
As Connecticut businesses and their allies battle numerous labor-backed measures in the General Assembly, they’re finding themselves outflanked.
The U.S. Supreme Court’s recent decision opens the door for states to capture sales tax for online and other remote transactions. (more…)
The administration proposed changing the way SNAP benefits work. Some including USDA Food Packages.
Many in the grocery retail industry have spoken out positively about the Senate Tax Overhaul; cutting tax rates in 2019 for many.