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    Past Policy Hurts Future in Connecticut

     
    While businesses have to pay for this service in finding finance through 504 offering process. Cynthia Antanatitis, John P.Burke, Doniel Kitt should not be able to take advantage of business owners, average citizen with feudalism injustice. The methods used to hunt businesses while collecting fees and coerced to sign documents so they could post on the interest is wrong. To understand why governments agencies those with power to influence can get away criminal conduct, racial profiling, plutonomy. N Y Times reports Jun 29, 2011 Connecticut is the last in the nation to create jobs, and nearly the last that contract, the state is obligated to pay 10 times as much for to respond to the specific needs of businesses excessive dependence Democrats blame the Republican governors, Mr. Rowland and Ms Jodi Rell. Under Mr. Malloy's two Republican predecessors—John Rowland and Jodi Rell —the state allocated $492.3 million from 2002 to 2010 in financial assistance to 118 companies. Those firms pledged to create or retain 34,672 jobs. Mr. Malloy said Connecticut had lost jobs to New York and New Jersey for too long. "Is it worth it? Yes," Mr. Malloy said. "For years, certainly since 9/11, Connecticut has been on the losing end on most of those transactions as opposed to on the winning end of those transactions, and I decided that we needed to make it pretty clear that we were going to compete again." Gov. Dannel Malloy has overseen a 70% increase in state assistance to retain or bring new companies to the state during his less than two years in office compared with the previous eight years combined.

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