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Title 32 Commerce And Economic And Community Development


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Connecticut Laws | Title 32 Commerce And Economic And Community Development

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CHAPTER 578* DEPARTMENT OF ECONOMIC AND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT

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Sec. 32-1. Members.

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Sec. 32-1a. Short title: State Commerce Act.

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Sec. 32-1b. Department of Economic and Community Development established.

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Sec. 32-1c. Powers and duties of commissioner.

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Sec. 32-1d. Deputy commissioner, appointment and functions.

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Sec. 32-1e. Plan for support and promotion of industries using recycled materials.

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Sec. 32-1f. (Formerly Sec. 16a-35b). Duties of commissioner re Connecticut's future.

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Sec. 32-1g. Connecticut competitiveness index.

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Secs. 32-1h to 32-1j. Reports re financial assistance programs administered by commissioner. Reports re program objectives, measures and standards; economic analysis of program performance. Reports re sectors of state economy.

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Sec. 32-1k. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-1l. Powers.

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Sec. 32-1m. Annual report re activities of Department of Economic and Community Development.

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Sec. 32-1n. Reports re funding for economic and industry cluster initiatives.

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Sec. 32-1o. State economic strategic plan.

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Sec. 32-1p. Powers and duties re digital media and motion picture activities. Annual report.

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Sec. 32-1q. Notification to department of digital media or motion picture-related requests for proposals issued by a state agency.

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Sec. 32-1r. Report on business tax credit and abatement programs.

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Secs. 32-2 and 32-2a. Expenses; director. Bonding of commission members and employees.

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Sec. 32-3. Duties of department; Connecticut Development Authority.

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Secs. 32-3a, 32-3b and 32-4. Industrial modernization program; advisory committee. Advisory Committee on High Unemployment Areas; appointment; duties. Meetings; regulations; reports; audits.

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Sec. 32-4a. Assistance to Connecticut Economic Resource Center, Incorporated.

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Sec. 32-4b. State Economic Development Advisory Board.

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Secs. 32-4c and 32-4d.

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Sec. 32-4e. Definition of economic cluster.

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Sec. 32-4f. (Formerly Sec. 4-70d). Connecticut Economic Conference Board. Economic cluster conference and report.

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Sec. 32-4g. Economic cluster report by the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development.

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Sec. 32-4h. Economic cluster bond funds report.

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Sec. 32-5. Receipts.

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Sec. 32-5a. Conditions re relocation of certain businesses which received state financial assistance.

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Sec. 32-5b. Deadlines for approval or disapproval of applications for financial assistance.

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Sec. 32-6. Connecticut building at Eastern States Exposition.

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Sec. 32-6a. Committee for the Restoration of Historic Assets in Connecticut. Grants. Eligibility of greenways projects. Regulations. "Historical asset" defined.

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Secs. 32-6b to 32-6g.

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Sec. 32-6h. One-stop business licensing center.

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Sec. 32-6i. Connecticut Economic Information System Steering Committee.

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Sec. 32-6j. Assistance of Labor Commissioner in job-training activities.

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Sec. 32-6k. Impact statements submitted to the Connecticut Transportation Strategy Board.

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Sec. 32-6l. Promotion of market areas surrounding rail and bus terminals, airports and ports around the state.

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Sec. 32-7. Financial and technical assistance to municipal and regional economic development agencies. Applications.

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Secs. 32-7a to 32-7d.

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Sec. 32-7e. Regional Economic Development Assistance Revolving Fund.

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Sec. 32-8. Administration of federal funds.

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Sec. 32-8a. Registry of electronic commerce and information technology intensive companies.

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Sec. 32-8b. Cooperative internship program.

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Sec. 32-9. Right of local redevelopment agencies to contract with federal government.

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Sec. 32-9a.

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Sec. 32-9b. Powers and duties re certain municipal development projects transferred from Community Affairs Commissioner.

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Sec. 32-9c. Transfer of powers and duties of the Connecticut Development Commission.

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Sec. 32-9d. Transfer of personnel and properties.

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Secs. 32-9e to 32-9h.

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Sec. 32-9i. Job incentive grant program for businesses in areas of high unemployment.

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Sec. 32-9j. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-9k. Business facilities qualified for job incentive grants.

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Sec. 32-9l. Determination of grant amounts. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-9m. Report.

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Sec. 32-9n. Office of Small Business Affairs.

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Sec. 32-9o. Industrial growth in areas of high unemployment. Legislative determination.

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Sec. 32-9p. *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Definitions.

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Sec. 32-9q. Loans for business expansion in a distressed municipality. Loans to nonprofit state or local development corporations. Transfer of certain funds to the Connecticut Growth Fund.

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Sec. 32-9r. *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) Manufacturing facilities in distressed municipalities, targeted investment communities and enterprise zones. Service facilities. Eligibility for business tax credit and property tax exemption.

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Sec. 32-9s. *(See end of section for amended version and effective date.) State grants in lieu of taxes on exempt property of manufacturing facilities in distressed municipalities, targeted investment communities or enterprise zones and exempt property of service facilities.

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Sec. 32-9t. Urban and industrial site reinvestment program. Registration of fund managers. Tax credits.

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Sec. 32-9u. Use of North American Industrial Classification codes.

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Secs. 32-9v to 32-9z.

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Secs. 32-9aa and 32-9bb. Loans for the repair of dams. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-9cc. Office of Brownfield Remediation and Development. "Brownfields" defined.

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Sec. 32-9dd. Transfer of remediated brownfields.

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Sec. 32-9ee. Brownfield remediation pilot program and grants.

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Sec. 32-9ff. Connecticut brownfields remediation account.

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Sec. 32-9gg. Brownfield remediation funds for manufacturing facilities.

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Secs. 32-9hh to 32-9jj.

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Sec. 32-9kk. Financial assistance for eligible brownfield projects. Definitions. Grant and loan programs. Brownfield remediation and development account.

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Sec. 32-9ll. Abandoned brownfield cleanup program.

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Sec. 32-9mm.

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Secs. 32-9nn to 32-9pp. Loans for business disruption caused by road and bridge repair. Road and Bridge Repair Business Disruption Trust Fund. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-9qq. Business outreach center challenge grants. Eligibility of greenways projects.

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Secs. 32-9rr and 32-9ss. Connecticut business recruitment task force. Export-trade panel established to assist small and medium-sized businesses expand exports of Connecticut products to international markets.

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Sec. 32-9tt. Funding for businesses new to exporting.

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Sec. 32-9uu. Program to increase entrepreneurial potential in the inner cities.

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Sec. 32-9vv. Connecticut Hydrogen-Fuel Cell Coalition.

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Sec. 32-9ww. Fuel cell economic development plan. Reports.

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Sec. 32-9xx. Small Business Advisory Board.

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Sec. 32-9yy. Connecticut Credit Consortium. Small business assistance account.

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CHAPTER 579* CONNECTICUT DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

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Secs. 32-10 and 32-11. Definitions. Connecticut Industrial Building Commission.

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Sec. 32-11a. Connecticut Development Authority. Board. Executive director. Surety bond. Conflict of interest. Establishment of subsidiary for redevelopment of contaminated real property.

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Secs. 32-12 and 32-13. Executive secretary. Powers of commission.

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Sec. 32-14. Mortgage and Loan Insurance Fund.

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Sec. 32-15. Applications for insurance.

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Sec. 32-16. Insurance of mortgages and loans on economic development projects and information technology projects.

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Sec. 32-16a. Industrial Pollution Abatement Loan Fund.

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Sec. 32-17. Proceedings on default by mortgagor.

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Sec. 32-17a. Procedure on default by mortgagor or borrower.

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Sec. 32-18. Insurance premiums.

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Sec. 32-19. Insured mortgages as legal investments.

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Secs. 32-20 and 32-21. Accounts; use of fund. Commission members not to act on contracts in which they have interest.

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Sec. 32-22. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-22a. Written procedures. Contracts.

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Sec. 32-22b. Loan guarantees for brownfield projects.

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Sec. 32-23. Industrial Building Operating Expense Fund.

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Sec. 32-23a. Allocation of mortgage insurance premiums.

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Sec. 32-23b. Short title.

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Sec. 32-23c. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 32-23d. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-23e. Powers of authority.

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Sec. 32-23f. Bonds and notes.

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Sec. 32-23g. Disposition of authority funds.

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Sec. 32-23h. Exemption from state and local taxes and assessments. Payments in lieu of taxes. Approvals of pollution control facilities.

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Sec. 32-23i. Bonds as legal investments.

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Sec. 32-23j. Payment of bonds to be obligation of authority. Capital reserve funds. Annual appropriation.

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Sec. 32-23k. State pledge to bond holders and contractors.

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Sec. 32-23l. Industrial and commercial development. Powers of the Connecticut Development Authority.

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Sec. 32-23m. Liberal construction.

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Sec. 32-23n. Economic assistance grants for the industrial projects in areas of high unemployment.

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Sec. 32-23o. Small Contractors' Revolving Loan Fund. Loans authorized by the authority. Transfer of certain funds to the Connecticut Growth Fund.

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Sec. 32-23p. Loans by the authority in areas of high unemployment.

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Sec. 32-23q. Exemption from maximum interest and charges on loans.

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Sec. 32-23r. Preference in employment by borrowers and mortgagees.

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Sec. 32-23s. Interpretation of certain amendments.

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Sec. 32-23t. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 32-23u. Consolidation of financial assistance programs.

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Sec. 32-23v. Connecticut Growth Fund.

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Sec. 32-23w. Consolidation of financial assistance programs.

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Sec. 32-23x. Comprehensive Business Assistance Fund.

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Sec. 32-23y. Pending applications for financial assistance under consolidated programs funded from Connecticut Growth Fund or Comprehensive Business Assistance Fund.

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Sec. 32-23z. Business Environmental Clean-Up Revolving Loan Fund. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-23aa. Compliance with state laws and regulations prerequisite for financial assistance.

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Sec. 32-23bb. Comprehensive Business Assistance Fund consolidated into Connecticut Growth Fund.

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Secs. 32-23cc to 32-23ff.

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Sec. 32-23gg. Legislative determination.

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Sec. 32-23hh. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-23ii. Connecticut Works Fund. Subfunds.

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Sec. 32-23jj. Considerations in reviewing application.

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Sec. 32-23kk. Contract of insurance.

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Sec. 32-23ll. Bond issue.

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Secs. 32-23mm to 32-23oo.

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Sec. 32-23pp. Policy to encourage pollution prevention and remediation.

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Sec. 32-23qq. Environmental Assistance Revolving Loan Fund. Subfunds.

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Sec. 32-23rr. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-23ss. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-23tt. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-23uu. Connecticut job training finance program.

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Sec. 32-23vv. Connecticut job training finance demonstration program.

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Sec. 32-23ww. Displaced Defense Workers' Bill of Rights.

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Sec. 32-23xx. Electronic Superhighway Act of 1994.

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Sec. 32-23yy. High-Technology Infrastructure Fund.

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Sec. 32-23zz. Issuance of bonds on behalf of municipalities for information technology projects and remediation projects.

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CHAPTER 580 CONNECTICUT RESEARCH COMMISSION

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Secs. 32-24 to 32-31. Connecticut Research Commission.

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CHAPTER 580a ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT PROJECTS: GENERAL PROVISIONS

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Sec. 32-31a. Definitions. Certification of compliance with economic development project permit requirements.

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CHAPTER 581* INNOVATION CAPITAL ACT OF 1989.       CONNECTICUT INNOVATIONS, INCORPORATED

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Sec. 32-32. Short title: Innovation Capital Act of 1989.

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Sec. 32-33. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 32-34. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-35. Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated.

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Sec. 32-36. Perpetual succession. Termination.

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Sec. 32-37. Board of directors.

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Sec. 32-38. Executive director.

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Sec. 32-39. Corporate purpose; powers.

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Secs. 32-39a and 32-39b. Powers re investments during early stage of ventures. Powers re financial aid for marketing innovative services.

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Sec. 32-39c. Limitation on liability of Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated and certain officers with respect to affiliates of the corporation.

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Sec. 32-39d. Guarantees of corporation made investment securities.

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Sec. 32-39e. Development of new or experimental products.

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Sec. 32-40. Applications for financial aid.

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Sec. 32-40a. Advanced technology centers; purposes. Applications to Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated for state funding.

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Sec. 32-40b. State funding for advanced technology centers; considerations in approval process by Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated.

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Sec. 32-40c. State funding for any advanced technology center to be approved only when funds from other sources are at least equal to the state funds.

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Sec. 32-41. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-41a. Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated Fund. Use of funds or revenues of the corporation.

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Sec. 32-41b. Bond issue for high technology products. Loan interest rates.

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Secs. 32-41c to 32-41f.

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Sec. 32-41g. Short title: Technology Deployment Act of 1993.

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Sec. 32-41h. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 32-41i. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-41j. Manufacturing application center program.

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Sec. 32-41k. Deployment research program.

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Sec. 32-41l. Energy and environmental technologies deployment center program.

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Sec. 32-41m. Connecticut educational and job training technologies deployment center programs.

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Sec. 32-41n. Critical technologies grant program.

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Sec. 32-41o. Bond issue for technology deployment.

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Sec. 32-41p. Workplace center of excellence program.

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Sec. 32-41q. Critical industries development account. Purpose. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-41r. Short title: Economic Recovery Act of 1996.

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Sec. 32-41s. Bioscience, biotechnology, pharmaceutical and photonics businesses. Benefits. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-41t. High technology research and development program: Definitions.

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Sec. 32-41u. High technology research and development program: Establishment and purpose.

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Sec. 32-41v. Connecticut New Opportunities Fund.

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Sec. 32-41w. Early-stage venture capital program.

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Sec. 32-41x. Preseed financing account and program.

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Sec. 32-42. Examination. Audits.

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Sec. 32-43. State pledge.

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Sec. 32-44. Powers to be interpreted broadly.

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Sec. 32-45. Inconsistent provisions of law.

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Sec. 32-46. Tax exemption.

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Sec. 32-47. Personal liability of directors or persons acting on behalf of the corporation.

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Sec. 32-47a. Business plan. Report.

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CHAPTER 582 SURETY BOND GUARANTEE PROGRAM FOR SMALL CONTRACTORS

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Secs. 32-48 to 32-55. Surety bond guarantee program for small contractors.

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Secs. 32-55a to 32-55i. Definitions. Guarantee of surety; eligibility. Limits of guarantee. Subordination of working capital loans. Commissioner authorized to enter into agreements with insured parties and financial institutions re guarantee fund. Fees. Small Contractors' Surety Bond Guarantee Fund. Bond authorization. Regulations.

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CHAPTER 583 DEFENSE CONTRACTS

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Sec. 32-56. (Formerly Sec. 32-9a). Defense conversion. Determination by commissioner of severe impact of defense contract cutback or major aerospace or defense plant closure on a municipality.

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Sec. 32-57. Determination by commissioner of severe impact of defense contract cutbacks on a business.

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Sec. 32-58. Department to advise local governments. Commissioner to report annually on defense dependency.

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Sec. 32-58a. Reimbursement to state residents for travel to meeting of federal base relocation closure commission.

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Sec. 32-58b. Office of Military Affairs established. Duties of executive director.

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Sec. 32-59. Defense readjustment task force.

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CHAPTER 583a TASK FORCE ON MANUFACTURING IN CONNECTICUT

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Sec. 32-59a. Task force on manufacturing in Connecticut.

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CHAPTER 584 INDUSTRIAL REVENUE BOND MORTGAGE INSURANCE FUND

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Sec. 32-60. Legislative finding.

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Sec. 32-61. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-62. Revenue Bond Mortgage Insurance Fund.

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Sec. 32-63. Insurance of payments. Applications.

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Sec. 32-64. Eligibility.

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Sec. 32-65. Eligible financial institutions.

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Sec. 32-66. Lenders' committee.

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Sec. 32-67. Claims. Premiums.

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Sec. 32-68. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-68a. Pledge to insurance contract holders. Powers of Connecticut Development Authority.

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Sec. 32-69.

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CHAPTER 585 ENTERPRISE ZONES, ENTERTAINMENT DISTRICTS, ENTERPRISE CORRIDOR ZONES AND AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT ZONES

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Sec. 32-70b. Municipal enterprise zone revitalization plan.

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Sec. 32-70e. Financial assistance for neighborhood development in enterprise zones.

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Sec. 32-70f. Neighborhood economic development account.

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Sec. 32-71. Fixing of assessments in enterprise zones.

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Sec. 32-71b. Treatment of certain electric generating facilities completed after July 1, 2002.

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Sec. 32-75. Certain business facilities not eligible.

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Sec. 32-75a. Railroad depot zones. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-76. Designation and approval of entertainment district in municipality in which an enterprise zone is located. Regulations. Enterprise zone benefits for certain entertainment facilities located in municipalities with entertainment districts.

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Sec. 32-76a. Abatement of property taxes for improvements to real property in entertainment districts.

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Sec. 32-80. Enterprise corridor zones.

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Sec. 32-80a. Energy improvement districts. Definitions. Board.

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Sec. 32-80c. Energy improvement district boards.

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CHAPTER 586 LOANS TO SMALL CONTRACTORS AND SMALL MANUFACTURERS

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Sec. 32-85.

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CHAPTER 587 CONNECTICUT FILM, VIDEO AND MEDIA OFFICE AND COMMISSION

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Sec. 32-86a.

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Sec. 32-90. Regulations.

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Sec. 32-91. Department of Economic Development to provide personnel and resources.

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CHAPTER 588 SMALL BUSINESS ADVISORY COUNCIL

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Sec. 32-96. Small Business Advisory Council. Membership. Organization.

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Sec. 32-97. Annual report.

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Sec. 32-101. Termination of council.

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CHAPTER 588a INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT ECONOMIC ASSISTANCE

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CHAPTER 588b LOAN INCENTIVES FOR EMPLOYMENT

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CHAPTER 588c INDUSTRIAL DEVELOPMENT BONDS

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Sec. 32-141. Allocation of private activity bonds. Study of multifamily housing goals and programs by the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.

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Sec. 32-142. State Bond Commission authority re private activity bonds.

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CHAPTER 588e NORTHEAST CONNECTICUT CAPITAL ASSISTANCE FUND

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Secs. 32-156 and 32-157. Northeast Connecticut Capital Assistance Fund; definitions; revolving loans; regulations. Bond issue.

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Secs. 32-158 and 32-159.

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CHAPTER 588h SMALL BUSINESS INNOVATION RESEARCH ASSISTANCE

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CHAPTER 588i CONNECTICUT-ISRAEL EXCHANGE COMMISSION

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Sec. 32-181. Powers and functions.

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Sec. 32-182. Assistance from the Department of Economic and Community Development. Contributions from private agencies.

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CHAPTER 588j CONNECTICUT CONVENTION CENTER

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Sec. 32-199.

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Sec. 32-202. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-203. Lower Fairfield County Conference or Exhibition Authority.

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Sec. 32-204. Purposes and powers of the authority.

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Sec. 32-205. Adoption of written procedures.

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Sec. 32-206. Bonds, notes and other obligations.

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Sec. 32-207. State contract assistance.

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Sec. 32-209. State pledge to bondholders and contractors.

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Sec. 32-210. Annual report. Audits.

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Sec. 32-211. Broad construction.

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Sec. 32-212. Provisions of this chapter controlling over conflicting laws.

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CHAPTER 588l* ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AND MANUFACTURING ASSISTANCE

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Sec. 32-220. Short title: Economic Development and Manufacturing Assistance Act of 1990.

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Sec. 32-221. Declaration of policy.

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Sec. 32-222. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-222a. Office of Defense Diversification established in the Department of Economic and Community Development to provide financial assistance for defense diversification projects.

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Sec. 32-223. Application for financial assistance. Projects exempt from application.

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Sec. 32-224. Designation of implementing agency. Development plan. Public service facilities. Acquisition of real property for project. Limitations.

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Sec. 32-225. Acquisition and transfer of real property. General powers of agency.

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Sec. 32-226. Furnishing of municipal services to other municipalities.

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Sec. 32-227. Bond issue.

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Sec. 32-228. Sale, exchange or lease of real property under custody and control of the Department of Economic and Community Development.

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Sec. 32-229. Conditions re relocation of certain business which received state financial assistance.

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Sec. 32-230. Economic Assistance Bond Fund.

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Sec. 32-231. Economic Assistance Revolving Fund.

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Sec. 32-232. Availability of financial assistance from Economic Assistance Bond Fund and Economic Assistance Revolving Loan Fund for other programs.

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Sec. 32-235. Bond issue for the Economic Development and Manufacturing Act of 1990, the Connecticut job training finance demonstration program, the United States Naval Submarine Base-New London and various other purposes.

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Sec. 32-238. Next generation manufacturing competitiveness enhancement program.

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Sec. 32-238a. Green manufacturing pilot program.

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Sec. 32-240. Grants for establishment of flexible manufacturing networks. Reports.

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Sec. 32-241. Bond authorization.

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Sec. 32-242a. Purchase of air pollution emission reduction credits.

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Sec. 32-246. Department of Economic and Community Development to provide personnel and resources.

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CHAPTER 588n* CREDIT, JOBS, CAPITAL INVESTMENT AND TAX INCREMENTAL FINANCING PROGRAMS

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Sec. 32-261. Guarantees of loans and other investments.

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Sec. 32-262. Bond authorization.

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Sec. 32-262a. Guarantees in effect or pending on June 14, 1993, deemed to be funded from the Connecticut Works Guarantee Fund.

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Sec. 32-263. Small and medium-sized business line of credit program.

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Sec. 32-264. Bond authorization.

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Sec. 32-265. Connecticut Capital Access Fund. Written procedures. Bond authorization for Capital Access Fund and small business assistance program.

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Sec. 32-266. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-267. Grants to regional corporations for regional revolving loan funds or participating agreements with small business lending corporations.

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Sec. 32-268. Eligibility.

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Sec. 32-270. Selection of regional corporations.

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Sec. 32-271. Grants to be used for job creation or retention.

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Sec. 32-274. Priorities for financial assistance provided by regional corporations.

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Sec. 32-275. Working capital loan guarantees.

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Sec. 32-283. Reports by regional corporations.

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Sec. 32-285. Tax incremental financing program. Application and approval procedure. Bond authorization. Reports. Independent financial analyses.

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Sec. 32-290. Financial assistance for entrepreneurial development of low-income persons.

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Sec. 32-299. Broad interpretation of powers.

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Sec. 32-324a. Connecticut qualified biodiesel producer incentive account. Agreement.

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Sec. 32-324b. Grants to qualified biodiesel producers. Grant amounts.

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Sec. 32-324g. Fuel diversification grant program. Agreement. Guidelines.

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Sec. 32-476. Commissioner of Economic and Community Development required to give priority to applicants establishing high performance work environments.

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Sec. 32-477. Connecticut Development Authority required to give priority to certain applicants establishing high performance work environments.

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Sec. 32-478. Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated required to give priority to certain applicants establishing high performance work environments.

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Sec. 32-479. Development of goals, objectives and outcome measures. Annual reports.

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Sec. 32-480. Encouragement of utilization of high performance work practices.

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CHAPTER 588v INTERNATIONAL TRADE

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Sec. 32-500. Definitions.

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Sec. 32-501. Commissioner's duties re international trade. State business trade with African countries.

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Sec. 32-502. Export extension service program.

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Sec. 32-503. Connecticut Development Authority export division.

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Sec. 32-504. International trade account.

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Sec. 32-505. International trade representatives.

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Sec. 32-506. Trade shows.

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Sec. 32-508. Information and education program to promote exports.

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Sec. 32-509. Trade development companies.

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Sec. 32-510. Program to attract foreign investment into the state.

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Sec. 32-511. Connecticut International Trade Council.

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Sec. 32-512. Exporting services database.

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CHAPTER 588w INSURANCE AND FINANCIAL SERVICES EXPORT ZONE

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Sec. 32-531. Geographic area of the Insurance and Financial Services Export Zone.

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Sec. 32-532. Procedure for corporation to elect to become an exempt company. Certificate. Revocation of election.

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Sec. 32-533. Exemption from regulation for exempt insurers, banking companies and investment companies. Fee and charges.

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Sec. 32-534. Regulation, investigation and examination by Insurance Commissioner to determine if exempt insurer is an exempt company and limits its activities. Judicial action for revocation of certificate.

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Sec. 32-535. Regulation, investigation and examination by Banking Commissioner to determine if exempt banking company or investment company is an exempt company and limits its activities. Judicial action for revocation of certificate.

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Sec. 32-540. Compliance with employment, labor and income tax laws.

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Sec. 32-601. Capital City Economic Development Authority. Operations.

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Sec. 32-606. Capital city economic development statement. Requirements for funds for capital city projects. Termination date.

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Sec. 32-614. Bond authorization for the convention center project.

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Sec. 32-656. Contracting by the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management. Stadium naming rights. Contract compliance.

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Sec. 32-658. Condemnation of real property for Adriaen's Landing and related infrastructure.

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Sec. 32-659. Payment of damages.

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Sec. 32-662. Lien for assessed benefits.

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Sec. 32-666. Property tax exemption for property leased by state and for private development districts. Grants in lieu of taxes. Convention center facilities deemed state-owned property for purposes of state insurance or self-insurance.

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CHAPTER 588aa STATE ASSISTANCE FOR ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT

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Sec. 32-702. Procedure if noncompliance with agreement. Default. Penalty.

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Sec. 32-718. Funding for plan implementation.

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CHAPTER 588ee CONNECTICUT COMPETITIVENESS COUNCIL

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