Christine Cieplinski was an attorney and employee of the state of Connecticut for 17 years, moving from the Office of Policy and Management to become Director of Labor Relations at UConn Health in 2014. But all that ended when she investigated and secured the resignation of a UConn Health employee ...
Event: Connecticut Can Do Better — Learn How!
Our tax system is a mess and it’s making us lose to other states. Join us to learn how to reform – and lower – Connecticut’s taxes.
In conjunction with the CT Chapter of the Federalist Society, Yankee is pleased to host Tax Foundation expert Joe Henchman on Wednesday, April 22, 2015 at the Hartford Club.
Breakfast will begin at 8:30 a.m. Tickets are $25 per person and include free parking. Click here to save your seat now!
All questions should be directed to Jessica at (860) 282-0722 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Joe Henchman is an attorney and policy analyst who supervises the Tax Foundation’s state policy and legal programs, analyzing state tax trends, constitutional issues, and tax law developments. In 2010, he was identified in State Tax Notes as among four people who “will likely dominate the field in the next 10 years.”
A bill awaiting a potential vote by the state legislature would force private homemaker companion agencies to submit all employee contact information to the state government, which would then be publicly available, affecting up to 35,000 employees in Connecticut’s home care industry, according to the Office of Fiscal Analysis. According ...