Once again, The Business Council's President & CEO, Heather Briccetti, has been named to the City & State Albany Power 100 list. Coming in at #50 the ranking states:
"Heather Briccetti opposed new taxes on corporations and top earners included in the state budget, which she said could hurt businesses and encourage New Yorkers to leave
"The proposal also hands incredible power to trial lawyers, who will use the broad scope and loose definitions to sue successful businesses in every sector and in every community"https://t.co/LT0sFDZonU
— The Business Council (@BusinessNYS) June 7, 2021
“Today, the New York State Senate passed S.933-A (The 21st Century Antitrust Act), which would dramatically impact the New York economy and its employers, large and small. While touted as a bill targeting large companies, the legislation would instead apply to any company within New York that has a strong position in its local market, including hospitals, tourism services, outlet stores, farms, grocery, convenience stores, manufacturers, and many other businesses
'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
The goals of the CLCPA sets New York on a path to green energy. This year's conference focuses on the benefits & impacts.
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