Posted on September 24, 2019 by krajcik
The 2019 legislative session was among the most impactful on the state’s business community in recent memory. The new taxes that were passed in the Democrats’ state budget will undoubtedly have a massive impact on our businesses in Madison and Durham.
With that in mind, I’m co-hosting a forum next week in Madison to provide information on legislative action that affects the state’s business community. I’ll be joined by state Rep. Vincent Candelora, and together we’ll cover topics such as the state’s new family leave program, an increase to the minimum wage, changes to the pass-through entity tax and new requirements on sexual harassment training.
Tuesday, Oct. 1
Memorial Town Hall, Madison
7:30 to 8:30 a.m.
Members of our state’s business community, and small to mid-sized businesses in particular, are critical players in the effort to turn around Connecticut’s economy. I hope you’ll consider attending this free event, which is open not just to business owners and their employees, but also the general public. Let us know whether you’re coming!
State Rep. Noreen Kokoruda
101st General Assembly District