As president and CEO of the Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce, I have seen firsthand the economic repercussions of the COVID-19 pandemic on Connecticut’s communities. Small businesses in New Britain, Berlin and Plainville – which comprise the Greater New Britain Chamber of Commerce – have been hit hard over the past year. In order to overcome this, our state’s lawmakers must focus their efforts on Connecticut’s economic and public health recovery.

William D. Moore

That’s why our chamber and our members have come out in opposition to SB 842, legislation being considered to create a new, state-run government-controlled health insurance system in Connecticut, known as the “state government option.” While there certainly is room for improvement of Connecticut’s

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