Connecticut Legislature | 2017 | General Assembly

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Active Connecticut Bills (Introduced, Engrossed, Enrolled, Passed)

BillSummaryAction
HB05400To require certain legislative committees to approve the budget and implementer bills prior to a vote by the General Assembly.2017-03-27
SB00786To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.2017-03-27
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
HB07035To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.2017-03-27
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
SB00051To enact the constitutional spending cap.2017-03-27
SB00922To allow municipalities to permit residents to install temporary health care structures on their property.2017-03-27
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
SB01014To make various revisions and editions to the education statutes.2017-03-27
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
HB05007To provide municipalities relief from unfunded mandates.2017-03-27
HB07104To no longer permit suppliers and electric distribution companies to make up renewable energy portfolio deficiencies within the first three months of the succeeding calendar year.2017-03-27
Referred to Office of Legislative Research and Office of Fiscal Analysis 04/03/17 10:00 AM
SB01015To permit the Commissioner of Education to grant certain school districts waivers from certain state education mandates.2017-03-27
Filed with Legislative Commissioners' Office
HB05219To implement the constitutional spending cap.2017-03-27

Most Viewed Connecticut Bills

BillSummaryText
HB05200To incentivize individuals receiving a state pension to remain in the state.Bill Text
SB00011To provide for and regulate the retail sale of marijuana to persons twenty-one years of age or older and taxation of any sales of such marijuana.Bill Text
HB05552To bring state and municipal collective bargaining statutes into line with neighboring states by removing retirement benefits as a subject matter for such bargaining.Bill Text
HB06709To make Connecticut a "sanctuary state" for immigrants, regardless of residency status.Bill Text
HB05138To repeal health care mandates required under and prohibit state participation in the Affordable Care Act.Bill Text
HB05539To legalize and regulate the retail sale, personal growth and recreational use of marijuana in order to raise revenue for the General Fund and for substance abuse treatment, prevention, education and awareness.Bill Text
SB00009To enter Connecticut into the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote, thereby committing the state's votes in the Electoral College to the presidential candidate that wins the popular vote nationally, regardless of...Bill Text
HB05389To commemorate the Hartford Whalers and support charitable organizations.Bill Text
HB05434To enter Connecticut into the Agreement Among the States to Elect the President by National Popular Vote, thereby committing the state's votes in the Electoral College to the presidential candidate that wins the popular vote nationally, regardless of...Bill Text
HB06263To repeal gun control legislation enacted in 2013.Bill Text

Most Monitored Connecticut Bills

BillSummaryText
SB00011To provide for and regulate the retail sale of marijuana to persons twenty-one years of age or older and taxation of any sales of such marijuana.Bill Text
HB05539To legalize and regulate the retail sale, personal growth and recreational use of marijuana in order to raise revenue for the General Fund and for substance abuse treatment, prevention, education and awareness.Bill Text
HB05200To incentivize individuals receiving a state pension to remain in the state.Bill Text
HB06263To repeal gun control legislation enacted in 2013.Bill Text
HB06200To require individuals who openly carrying a pistol or revolver to produce their permit upon request of a law enforcement officer if the firearm is visible to such officer.Bill Text
SB00074To prevent the regulation of firearms by municipalities.Bill Text
HB06518To legalize and regulate the retail sale of marijuana to be consumed by persons twenty-one years of age or older, with the oversight in Department of Consumer Protection and to appropriate funds to staff the program.Bill Text
HB05858To allow for the purchase of lifetime hunting and fishing licenses, permits and stamps.Bill Text
HB05673To specify uniform criteria for an application for a temporary state permit to carry a pistol or revolver.Bill Text
HB05499To authorize all Sunday hunting on private property by any means.Bill Text

Connecticut Sessions

YearSessionIntroducedCompletedLegislationSearchDataset
2017General Assembly35340BrowseSearchDownload
2016General Assembly1386234BrowseSearchDownload
2015General Assembly3206269BrowseSearchDownload
2014General Assembly1091250BrowseSearchDownload
2013General Assembly2872327BrowseSearchDownload
2012General Assembly1015209BrowseSearchDownload
2011General Assembly2896267BrowseSearchDownload
2010General Assembly1039187BrowseSearchDownload
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