In one of the more curiouser outcomes of this year’s legislative session in Connecticut, a bill (H.B.6356) that was introduced by the Governor, had overwhelming support from state legislators, and would have helped do a lot of public good in Connecticut, failed to come up for a vote in the State Senate.  AARP supported the legislation and featured it in a recent AARP Bulletin article.  Read more about the Social Enterprise bill and it’s odd defeat in this article from CT By The Numbers.

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