Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Connecticut Waivers Terminated Today

Connecticut Commissioner of Revenue Services, Kevin B. Sullivan announced that effective today, November 14, 2012 the waiver allowing contractors and line technicians licensed in other states, the ability to work in Connecticut without registering first to be terminated.  A termination notice was released.

The original waiver was signed by Governor Malloy on October 29, 2012 in order to allow out-of-state businesses to come and aid with the cleanup after Storm Sandy.  Connecticut no longer requires the aid and with the termination of the waiver, the regular registration process begins.

For more information see the Department of Revenue Services at

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