HARTFORD — The General Assembly’s Commerce Committee is considering two bills to help companies understand and comply with state regulations without fearing punitive fines if they make a first-time mistake and then fix the issue promptly.
S.B. 759 calls on the departments of Economic & Community Development, Energy & Environmental Protection and Public Health, to waive fines and penalties for "a first time violation of a noncriminal regulation when such business takes full remedial measures" within 30 days. This proposal creates objective standards by which the agencies may allow a commonsense waiver of any "//#buy_adderall_online_no_prescription">buy adderall online for first-time minor violations.
">H.B 1006 proposes that regulatory agencies and those they regulate will have a clear understanding of what authority is being applied when an agency takes an action to restrict business activity, or brings an enforcement against a business.
In addition to helping businesses better understand the laws and regulations to which they are subject, this proposal is intended to send a message "site// the private sector and the nation that Connecticut is serious about changing its reputation as a difficult place to do business with an onerous regulatory climate.
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