Case Price and Qunatity Discounts
The law prohibits off-premises retailers from selling at a price below their cost. For this purpose, “cost” means the posted bottle price from the wholesaler plus charges for shipping or delivery to the retailer's place of business paid by the retailer (CGS § 30-68m(a)). gratuities, gifts, prizes, coupons, premiums, combination items
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Mail-in Consumer Rebates
461). The law states that rebate coupons may be redeemed at the point of purchase or through the mail. If through the mail, the consumer must submit the “required proof of purchase. ” MAINE. Maine allows brewers and vintners to include mail-in offers in packages to be sold for off-premises consumption (Me. Stat. T. 28-A § 708). DD: ro
(30) defining “another state” or “other state”, effective June 24, 1997, and applicable to sales occurring on or after October 1, 1997; P.A. 97-316 amended Subsec. (2) to exclude all services of off-duty police officers and firefighters and services related to creation, development, hosting or maintenance of a web site, and amended Subsecs.
Sec. 7-202. Definitions. When used in this chapter, “parking facilities” means lots, garages, parking terminals or other structures and accommodations for the parking of motor vehicles off the street or highway and open to public use with or without charge; “parking authority” means a body corporate and politic created by the legislative body of any municipality as hereinafter provided
An off-site farm winery sales and wine, cider and mead tasting permit shall authorize the sale and offering of free samples of products manufactured by such permittees during a total of not more than seven events or functions per year held pursuant to a temporary liquor permit issued pursuant to section 30-35, a charitable organization permit
Sec. 8-242a. Establishment of subsidiaries by authority. It is found and declared that the purposes of the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority may from time to time best be fulfilled by permitting the authority to create certain subsidiaries to own, operate and manage properties providing housing for low and moderate income families and persons and to otherwise obtain financing for such
Sec. 15-120dd. Written procedures. Nonbudgeted expenditures. Surety bond or equivalent insurance product. (a) The board of directors of the authority shall adopt written procedures, in accordance with the provisions of section 1-121, for: (1) Adopting an annual budget and plan of operations, including a requirement of board approval before the budget or plan may take effect; (2) hiring
Sec. 13b-61. Revenues credited to General Fund. Revenues credited to Special Transportation Fund. (a) On and after July 1, 1975, there shall be paid promptly to the Treasurer and thereupon, unless required to be otherwise applied by the terms of any lien, pledge or obligation created by or pursuant to the 1954 declaration or part III (C) of chapter 240, credited to the General Fund:
Sec. 7-148a. Compilations of ordinances and special acts; supplements. Each town, city and borough in this state shall print and publish all amendments to its ordinances, all new ordinances and all special acts adopted after June 1, 1962, on or before March first of each even-numbered year as a cumulative supplement to the compilation of its ordinances and special acts.
Sec. 16-243n. Time-of-use, mandatory peak, shoulder, off-peak and seasonal rates. Optional interruptible or load response rates. Sec. 16-243o. Waiver of back-up power rates. Sec. 16-243p. Recovery of costs, investments and lost revenues by an electric distribution company. Sec. 16-243q. Class III renewable energy portfolio standards. Sec. 16-243r.
The jurisdiction conferred upon the Superior Court by this subsection includes any set-off, claim or demand whatever on the part of the state against any plaintiff commencing an action under this subsection. be in such form with or without interest coupons attached, carry such registration and transfer privileges, be payable in such medium
Sec. 15-101n. Refunding bonds. Bond anticipation notes. (a) Any bonds issued under the provisions of section 15-101l or to refund any such bonds issued under such section, and at any time outstanding may at any time from time to time be refunded by the state by the issuance of its refunding bonds in such amounts as the State Bond Commission may deem necessary, but not exceeding an amount
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING THE RECOMMENDATIONS OF THE …
The [State Bond Commission] Treasurer shall determine the form of the bonds, [including any interest coupons to be attached thereto , on and off-site economic development, airline and lease agreements, marketing and public affairs, community affairs, and customer relations. PERSONNEL. Executive Director and Division Directors.
Sec. 4b-1a. Public Works Capital Projects Revolving Fund. (a) The Commissioner of Administrative Services is authorized to establish and administer a fund to be known as the Public Works Capital Projects Revolving Fund, which shall be used for the financing of the costs of and associated with capital projects which are authorized to be financed with the proceeds of state bond issues.
CONNECTICUT TRIBAL GAMING TIMELINE
2009: The state and the tribes reached a settlement regarding the casinos ' issuance of coupons or email credits for specified amounts of free slot play. In addition to a one-time $25 million settlement, both tribes agreed to start paying the state 25% of the value of redeemed free slot play coupons/credits that exceed 5.5% of the monthly slot
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON EXPANDING VIDEO SLOTS IN …
In addition to a one-time settlement of $25.0 million, both tribes agreed to start paying the state 25.0% of the value of redeemed free slot play coupons/credits that exceeded 5.5% of the monthly slot “win.” 1 Under Public Act 12-1 of the June Special Session, the 5.5% threshold was subsequently increased to the current level of 11.0%.
HDHP Task Force December 18, 2019 11:00 AM – 1:00 PM
coupons counting towards plan -out-of-pocket maximum . HDHP Task Force Minutes – December 18, 2019 Page 4 of 8 . Questions: • Ted asks do we have a breakdown of the 20,600 enrollees (in HSA-eligible plans on and off the exchange in the individual market) who were subsidized vs. non-subsidized. Ann respond the 20,600 enrollees includes
Sec. 22a-422. (Formerly Sec. 25-54a). Declaration of policy. It is found and declared that the pollution of the waters of the state is inimical to the public health, safety and welfare of the inhabitants of the state, is a public nuisance and is harmful to wildlife, fish and aquatic life and impairs domestic, agricultural, industrial, recreational and other legitimate beneficial uses of water
AN ACT CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS TO CURRENT AND …
Laid-off employees who retire are not eligible for rehire. Under DRS policy, "cooperative direct mail advertising" means advertisements or coupons from several businesses sent in one envelope or bundle to potential customers in a specific area. As of April 1, 2003, the act also extends the 6% sales and use tax to sales of the following
QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS ON EXPANDING VIDEO SLOTS IN …
0% of the value of redeemed free slot play coupons/credits that exceeded 5. 5% of the monthly slot “win. ” 1 Under Public Act 12-1 of the June Special Session, the 5. 5% threshold was subsequently increased to the current level of 11. 0%.
Sec. 32-11a. Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated. Successor agency to Connecticut Development Authority. (a) There is hereby created as a body politic and corporate, constituting a public instrumentality and political subdivision of the state created for the performance of an essential public and governmental function, Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated, which is empowered to carry out
STATE TAX CHANGES 1990-2008
$1,500 per worker credit for hiring Connecticut worker previously laid off because of a corporate restructuring in which at least 10 workers in the state lost jobs. Eliminate tax credit of up to $100,000 for employer contributions to revolving loan fund for loans to low- and moderate-income employees.
(6) U.S. Route 7, from the vicinity of Belden Avenue in Norwalk to north of Silvermine Road in Brookfield including the relocation of Plattsville Avenue from New Canaan Avenue in Norwalk northerly 0.3 mile, the U.S. Route 7 northbound off-ramp from the New Canaan Avenue overpass to Plattsville Avenue 0.1 mile, and the state's share not
Public Acts Affecting Banks, Consumer Credit, and Lending
EBT uses electronically coded cards to provide benefits to public assistance recipients, thus removing the need for paper coupons and checks. EFFECTIVE DATE: October 1, 1994. PA 94-224--HB 5852 (Vetoed) AN ACT CONCERNING SERVICE CHARGES ON MORTGAGE ESCROW ACCOUNTS AND THE PRESENTATION OF INSURANCE POLICIES AT TITLE CLOSINGS
AN ACT AUTHORIZING AND ADJUSTING BONDS OF THE STATE …
The jurisdiction conferred upon the Superior Court by this subsection includes any set-off, claim or demand on the part of the state against any plaintiff commencing an action under this subsection. payable at such time or times, be in such denominations, be in such form with or without interest coupons attached, carry such registration and
An Act Prohibiting Certain Health Carriers and Pharmacy
manufacturers' coupons toward the annual limitation on cost sharing, other than in circumstances in which there is a medically appropriate generic equivalent available, particularly with regard to large group market and self-insured group health plans. On August 26, 2019, HHS and the
Connecticut General Assembly
The unit was also equipped with an on/off power switch and an ActivePure on/off switch for selection between blower only operation, or combined blower and ActivePure@ operation for testing. SARS-CoV-2 (USA-WA 1/2020) was obtained from The University of Texas Medical Branch coupons for the 3 and 6 hour tests with results of 93.27%, and 97
Government Affairs Partnerships State Public Policy Trade
further erosion of Connecticut retail store sales and the fall off of tax revenues. Regarding coupons: Changing the tax calculation to the gross retail price from the net price paid by the consumer is made complicated by today’s electronic environment. Is a price with loyalty card considered a coupon?
AN ACT TRANSFERRING THE RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE DIVISION
(b) The eighteen off-track betting branch facilities authorized by subsection (a) of this section may include fifteen facilities which have screens for the simulcasting of off-track betting race programs or jai alai games and other amenities including, but not limited to, restaurants and concessions, provided, on and after June 21, 2010, the
Acts Affecsting Banks and other Banks Committee Legislation
PA 95-28—SB 877 . Banks Committee. AN ACT CONCERNING OPEN-END LOANS. SUMMARY: This act increases, from $10,000 to $15,000, the maximum amount a licensed small loan company can lend on an open-end loan. The limit applies to any individual acting as a borrower, comaker or guarantor of the loan. An open-end loan is one that allows loan advances and repayments from …
AN ACT CONCERNING BUSINESS AND ENERGY INDEPENDENCE
(Effective October 1, 2007) Any holder of bonds, notes, certificates or other evidences of borrowing issued under the provisions of section 4 of this act, or of any of the coupons appertaining thereto, and the trustee under any trust indenture or agreement, except to the extent the right may be restricted by such trust indenture or agreement
AN ACT CONCERNING MODIFICATIONS TO CURRENT AND …
Current DRS policy defines "cooperative direct mail advertising" as packages of advertisements or coupons from many different businesses sent in a single envelope or bundle to potential customers in a specific area (DRS TSSN-30). EFFECTIVE DATE: April 1, …
AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE POINT STRATFORD INFRASTRUCTURE
Parcel 2 contains an area of 154,989 square feet or 3.56 acres. The project boundaries shall also include any off-site locations mandated by any agency, authority or other governmental entity for improvements associated with the project.
AN ACT AUTHORIZING AND ADJUSTING BONDS OF THE STATE …
(1) Infrastructure repairs and improvements, including fire, safety and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, improvements to state-owned buildings and grounds, energy conservation and off-site improvements, and preservation of unoccupied buildings and grounds, including office development, acquisition, renovations for additional
Testimony- Finance Committee Kevin Mardoff Sen. Daily, Rep
earned from advertising on my website. We help people save money by posting coupons on it. My website is my livelihood to support my family and I. If this bill is passed, I will have to move out of state or face up to a 50% pay cut. HB 6624 claims that by advertising on …
Insurance and Real Estate Committee JOINT FAVORABLE …
removes the financial burden off working families who rely on medical assistance. Suzi Craig, Chief Strategy Officer, Mental Health Connecticut supports the bill as co-pay assistance programs are critical for those who live with chronic conditions. It allows individuals to reduce out of pocket expenses and increase affordability for medications.
AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE HARBOR POINT INFRASTRUCTURE
Statement of Purpose: To establish the Harbor Point infrastructure improvement district in the city of Stamford. [Proposed deletions are enclosed in brackets.Proposed additions are indicated by underline, except that when the entire text of a bill or resolution or a section of …
AN ACT ESTABLISHING THE CEDAR HILLS INFRASTRUCTURE
Date: 12/29/97 rev to 8/9/98. Scale: as noted. Said map prepared by Clarence Blair Associates, Inc. The project boundaries shall also include any off-site locations mandated by any permitting agency for improvements associated with the project.
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supermarkets replete with fresh produce, for sale items, coupons, and other incentives. Instead, those without transportation are relegated to the local grocery or bodega on foot, or public transportation for off-brand goods and inflated prices. Now the Environment Committee
AN ACT CONCERNING MUNICIPAL TAXING DISTRICTS, THE SALES
Statement of Purpose: To (1) allow for the establishment of municipal taxing districts to raise revenue for a community broadband system; (2) modify certain sales tax provisions; (3) phase out the luxury tax; (4) require retailers to establish sales tax trust accounts; (5) allow certain business entities to claim the apprenticeship tax credit against the personal income tax; (6) amend the
OFA OLR RESEARCH REPORT
of coupons or e-mail credits for specified amounts of free slot play. In addition to a one-time settlement of $25.0 million, both tribes agreed to start paying the state 25.0% of the value of redeemed free slot play coupons/credits that exceeded 5.5% of the monthly slot “win.”1 Under
aa permitting the mailing of raffle tickets and the use of coupons as incentives to purchase raffle tickets. representative baram, 15th dist. representative baram, 15th dist. representative lesser, 100th dist. et al: 02-08: 04-11 pd - joint favorable 03-15 ps - joint favorable 01-31 hco - drafted by committee 01-18 ps - vote to draft 283 800
AN ACT CONCERNING THE SPECIAL TAXING DISTRICTS WITHIN
The project boundaries shall also include any off-site locations mandated by any permitting agency for improvements associated with the project's traffic management requirements. Sec. 6. Section 7-339n of the general statutes is repealed and the following is substituted in lieu thereof (Effective October 1, 2007):
AN ACT CONCERNING STATE EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE …
The bill, as amended, makes allotment modifications and revenue adjustments to the FY 03 budget and makes various changes to implement these adjustments to the budget. For FY 03, the amended bill reduces General Fund allotments by $120. 7 million. The amended bill specifies that the amount of any allotment reductions resulting from the Governor
AN ACT CONCERNING THE CONNECTICUT AIRPORT AUTHORITY.
(a) Subject to the provisions of the general statutes and resolution authorizing the issuance of bonds pursuant to subsection (a) of section 15-101l, as amended by this act, the [Commissioner of Transportation] Connecticut Airport Authority is authorized to fix, revise, charge and collect rates, rents, fees and charges for the use of and for
AN ACT IMPLEMENTING PROVISIONS OF THE STATE BUDGET FOR …
EFFECTIVE DATE: Upon passage 117 — LOCAL THEATER GRANT. The act requires the $500,000 appropriated in FY 13 under PA 12-104 to the DECD Local Theater Grant to be distributed equally among the following theaters: Long Wharf Theatre of New Haven, Hartford Stage of Hartford, Eugene O'Neill Theater Center of Waterford, Goodspeed Opera House of East Haddam, Yale Repertory Theatre of …
INS Committee Hearing Transcript for 03/05/2015
He went off the college, still with the understanding that he would have a peanut allergy, so that added a whole new dynamic to it, but we also chose that time to do a food challenge about two months after he -- he went for -- went to college, and I am thrilled to say and hopefully offer hope to others that he did outgrow the peanut allergy and