Welch for State Senate Attends CBIA Connecticut Business Day
and Signs Open Letter to Legislators
BRISTOL, CT – Welch for State Senate announced today that Jason Welch attended the Connecticut Business and Industry Association’s Connecticut Business Day in Hartford. There he signed CBIA’s Open Letter to state legislators calling on them to make the economic climate more competitive and to take actions to balance the budget without harmful tax increases.
CBIA’s call for a more competitive economy are consistent with the cornerstones of Welch’s campaign: (1) eliminating mandates on businesses and towns that stunt growth and discourage employment; (2) reducing government fees and taxes that are barriers to entry and employment; (3) reducing Connecticut’s unfunded liabilities through fiscally responsible measures.
Jason said that “It was great to spend a morning with so many people committed to changing the anti-business and anti-jobs culture of Hartford. There is still time to turn this ship around and make Connecticut a great place to live and work again.”
Jason Welch seeks to be the Republican nominee to the State Senate race for the 31st District, which includes Bristol, Plainville, Plymouth and parts of Harwinton.
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