Government Affairs

Keeping you updated on legislative affairs in our industry.

This forum is a place to open communication with regard to Connecticut Legislative Efforts. Your presence and particpation is needed to help ensure that the changes in Connecticut have a positive rather than negative impact on our community and the heating and cooling industry. To participate, contact us.

CHCC urges you to participate in lobbying for a better CT, a better industry and a better place to be in business.

Example topics: We are squarely in the midst of the new legislative session and if you want your voice heard now is the time to do it. So what is that you want? What will help grow your business? What would allow you to be more profitable? What would lower risk? This is your forum. Let us now so we can work on your behalf.

CHRO Issues Free Online Training For Employers – Most Businesses Have To Comply With New Workplace Sexual Harassment Prevention...

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As the summer season comes to a conclusion in Connecticut, several hot policy issues at the Capitol have neither reached conclusion nor consensus. ...

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While the national media has been covering the “Fight for $15” in Washington D.C. this summer, closer to home Governor Lamont recently...

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Earlier this week Governor Lamont signed into law Public Act 19-25 (Senate Bill 1), “An Act Concerning Paid Family Medical Leave”, which...

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With less than a month to go in the regular legislative session, and now that all committee deadlines have passed, the ultimate fate of the...

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Last week CHCC hosted a successful “Coffee & Contractors” legislative breakfast meet-and-greet at the Legislative Office Building...

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The Results Are In… State elections complete as lawmakers look toward 2019 legislative session Closely watched Governor’s race...

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After being in session for only two months so far, the Connecticut General Assembly has been extremely busy with over 3,385 bills and resolutions...

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The 2017 session of the Connecticut General Assembly kicked off early last month and things are already in full swing at the Capitol. So far, there...

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