Analysis of Selected 2020 Changes in Connecticut Law Governing Business Entities
Governor Lamont's declaration of a public health and civil preparedness emergency on March 10, 2020 effectively suspended the 2020 legislative session of the Connecticut General Assembly. Despite an abbreviated term, several noteworthy laws affecting businesses were enacted. In a Practical Guidance® article written by business attorney Nancy A. D. Hancock, the summaries of these key laws are addressed, including:
- New environmental protection provisions
- Revisions to the Connecticut hemp program, and
- New bond authorizations for state capital projects and grant programs
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