'The Extended Responsibility Act' adds an additional $800 million in direct costs to New York businesses with a $3 billion to $4 billion impact on the state’s economy.
Click here to tell your legislator to vote NO.https://t.co/nNTQb0zabt#StandUpforNYBusiness pic.twitter.com/PpruWiDv2N
ALBANY - The Business Council of New York State Inc, on Thursday, released an analysis on the proposed Twenty-First Century Anti-Trust Act (S.933-A (Gianaris) / A.1812-A (Dinowitz) because of the negative impact it would have on both consumers and small businesses.
The proposed legislation replaces New York’s antitrust laws with a law modeled on European antitrust laws, both removing the consumer from any consideration and making New York the only state in the Union to abandon consumer-centric antitrust law
"As the demand for these skills continues to be unrelenting, it is important that companies have a broad and diverse talent pool to recruit from."https://t.co/GASyoSyJ2O pic.twitter.com/yYeH4WskZ6
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) June 2, 2021
"As the state continues to recover from the coronavirus , realizing a middle ground on this contentious issue is pragmatic and appropriate."https://t.co/xR8kxzmJeL
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) June 1, 2021
2021 Renewable Energy Conference
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New York State received $12.8 billion in federal aid. The state legislature still raised taxes by $4 billion. Why?#StandUpforNYBusinesshttps://t.co/HbOEVkApyh pic.twitter.com/zL2VJhGNGw
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) May 24, 2021
"The Business Council, citing the York University study, says the legislation would cost the New York economy as much as $3 billion, given the ripple effect from higher costs imposed on companies doing business in the state"#StandUpforNYBusinesshttps://t.co/HaKzvt2CZq
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS)
The New York State legislature wants to impose $800 million in costs on businesses for recycling instead of investing to make existing programs work better.
With three weeks left in session, we are going to continue to #StandUpforNYBusiness https://t.co/zpXZ1btRBi pic.twitter.com/rFrSQuSJHQ