CT Businesses Look to State Gov’t for Confidence Boost, Jobs

Posted on October 20, 2011. Filed under: Uncategorized |

Well-put headline, CBS! Connecticut businesses are indeed looking to the legislature for a confidence boost – and a financial boost.

The state’s push to bring jobs to Connecticut continues, with the legislature ramping up for a public hearing today and special session next week. Gov. Dannel Malloy believes they are “90% there” on a bipartisan jobs package, while many Republican legislators are already expressing concerns on the separate issue at hand: the controversial proposal to bring a Jackson Laboratory genetic research institute to UConn’s Farmington campus.

Today, Gov. Malloy’s camp released an outline of the items contained in the Jobs Special Session legislative package.

What do you think of the incentives on the table? Are you for or against the Jackson Lab project at this point?

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