FAIRFIELD - Fairfield's state senator and representatives met on the Town Hall Green this morning to renew a call for business-friendly policies in the state.
State Sen. Tony Hwang expressed the desire for more discussions on businesses potentially leaving the state amid higher taxes proposed by Gov. Dannel Malloy.
Hwang cited the issue of GE possibly moving as one of the reasons why a session should happen.
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He says he fears the potential loss of jobs and revenue if businesses leave.