CT Loses Another Business.

They state that it was the business climate.  This is bad for me, because businesses like this one represented opportunities for work.  Every one that goes away, just makes my problem worse.


This has been a trend for some time now, but Malloy’s taxing and giving to the unions has accelerated the process.

(Picture above is of a generic dead factory in CT. There are a lot of them.)



  1. Dale Snyder · June 15, 2016

    It is the Curley effect in action! Generally speaking those of us in the engineering professions do not vote for Democrats so they are not unhappy when we move somewhere else!
    This is the original Harvard report “The Curley Effect: The Economics of Shaping the Electorate”


  2. jccarlton · June 15, 2016

    And the Larry and Moe effects too. In CT, it’s all three stooges.


  3. edvolcker · June 15, 2016

    Have you though of moving to Texas or any other business friendly state?


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