FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- State Rep. Brenda Kupchick (R-Fairfield) held a quarterly meeting with her legislative Business Advisory Council asking for their input for possible legislative proposals this coming session, which starts on Feb. 3. State Sen. Tony Hwang (R-Fairfield) also joined the group discussion.
Kupchick, a long time small business owner in Fairfield, formed a BAC in 2011. The group meets at the Fairfield University Downtown Bookstore, and is finalizing proposals for the upcoming 2016 Legislative Session.
Kupchick welcomes all interested Fairfield business owners to attend the council meetings. The BSC relies on the participation of business owners that meet in the mornings every 8 to 12 weeks throughout the year.
Since Kupchick started the Business Advisory Council in 2011 she has come up with proposals that have turned into legislation and received significant debate at the State Capitol.
“The BAC meetings give me an opportunity to listen to the diverse needs of the Fairfield Business Community and work toward positive solutions. As a small business owner myself, I understand the voluminous regulations that make little sense and cause real hardships on small business owners,” Kupchick said.
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