According to Connecticut law, no manufacturer, wholesaler, or out-of-state shipper may ship, transport or deliver within Connecticut, or sell or offer for sale, any alcoholic liquor unless the following information is registered with, and approved by, the Connecticut Department of Consumer Protection:
The name of the brand, trade name or other distinctive characteristics by which the alcoholic liquors are bought and sold,
the name and address of the manufacturer, and
the name and address of each wholesaler permittee who is authorized by the manufacturer or his authorized representative to sell such alcoholic liquors.
Brand registration is valid for three (3) years. The registration and subsequent renewal fees are payable by the manufacturer or his authorized representative when such liquors are manufactured in the United States and by the importer or his authorized representative when such liquors are imported into the country.
No manufacturer, wholesaler, or out-of-state shipper may discriminate in price discounts between one permittee and another on sales or purchases of alcoholic liquors bearing the same brand or trade name and of like age, size and quality, nor shall he allow in any form any discount, rebate, free goods, allowance or other inducement for the purpose of making sales or purchases.
This dataset contains aggregate data by State Fiscal Year of all child abuse/neglect reports accepted by DCF CareLine for either a traditional Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigation or, as of SFY2012, a Family Assessment Response (FAR). Figures are provided by mandated Response Time and Response Type, for each DCF Area Office beginning with SFY2011. Each report accepted is screened for safety and risk factors, and assigned an amount of time within which the agency is required to respond to the report. Mandated response times include “Same Day”, “24 Hours”, and “72 Hours”. Traditionally, DCF responded to all reports through a Child Protective Services (CPS) Investigation only. As of April 2012, DCF began its Family Assessment Response (FAR) to low-risk reports which does not include the decision to substantiate or not to substantiate the allegations of neglect in these reports. As a result, there have been fewer substantiated allegations since its implementation but, the agency continues to serve as many or more families reported for abuse/neglect.
The Connecticut Occupational Employment and Wage data provides employment and wage data by occupation and is based on the results of the Occupational Employment Statistics (OES) survey. The OES program conducts a bi-annual mail survey designed to produce estimates of employment and wages for over 800 occupations. These estimates are generated at the national, state, and metropolitan area levels. For more information, please visit us at http://www1.ctdol.state.ct.us/lmi/wages/default.asp.