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HB05280IntroTo (1) permit candidates or their agents to amend certain election-related filings to correct errors or omissions without penalty if done so within specified time frames, (2) bring certain state laws relating to the circulation of nominating and prim...
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05281IntroTo require additional public notice of abandoned property that has been transferred to the Treasurer, to require the Treasurer to give notice to municipalities which have property that has escheated to the state and to authorize the Treasurer to acce...
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05292IntroTo reduce the manufacturer's license fee for camp trailers to one hundred dollars.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05289IntroTo require a study of the staffing levels for nurse's aides in nursing homes.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05139IntroTo increase the maximum fine for operating a snow mobile or all-terrain vehicle at an unreasonable rate of speed or in a negligent manner.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05287IntroTo require exertional heat illness training for coaches.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05291IntroTo limit the use of perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances and expanded polystyrene in food packaging.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05198IntroTo allow the use of automated traffic enforcement safety devices within maintenance work zones.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05288IntroTo limit the public's exposure to perfluoroalkyl and polyfluoroalkyl substances.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05290IntroTo address the needs of the intersex community who have suffered from discrimination and inaccurate documentation of their sex by providing relief from such issues.
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2020-02-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05193IntroTo permit a wrecker to assess a surcharge of ten dollars for the nonconsensual towing or transporting of a motor vehicle.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05195IntroTo allow certain sixteen and seventeen-year-old drivers to transport certain passengers.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05260IntroTo create a task force to recommend legislation concerning agreements between motor vehicle manufacturers or distributors and motor vehicle dealers.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05283IntroTo require every municipality to adopt a code of ethics and the Office of State Ethics to develop a model municipal code of ethics for municipalities to adopt.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05279IntroTo redefine "public official" for purposes of the state codes of ethics to include individuals appointed by any state-wide elected officer and to exclude certain individuals appointed by a judge.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05261IntroTo require engineers employed by the Department of Transportation on a full-time basis to inspect highway and bridge construction projects.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05259IntroTo make technical revisions to the statutes concerning government administration and elections.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05277IntroTo reduce the fees paid by the public for copies of public records.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05278IntroTo revise certain absentee voting statutes to no longer require that an elector be absent from his or her town of voting residence during all the hours of voting at a primary, election or referendum.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05192IntroTo implement the recommendations of the Department of Motor Vehicles.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 24]
[Hearing: Feb 26]
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Transportation Committee
HB05282IntroTo eliminate registrar-appointed challengers from who may be present in the polling place during a primary or election.
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2020-02-24
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
HB05200IntroTo study the sufficiency of nursing home services in the state.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Aging
HB05232IntroTo eliminate requirements that payment rates be tied to performance measures.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Human Services Committee
HB05247IntroTo require health insurers that deliver, issue for delivery, renew, amend or continue certain health insurance policies in this state to issue explanations of benefits to consumers in certain circumstances, disclose information concerning explanation...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Insurance and Real Estate Committee
HB05171IntroTo increase the number of alcoholic beverage retail permits a person or backer may acquire an interest in.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint General Law Committee
HB05205IntroTo study the efficacy of Medicaid-funded programs in serving senior citizens and others.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Aging
HB05276IntroTo expand the application of various labor laws to domestic workers.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
HB05109IntroTo exempt breastfeeding supplies from the sales and use taxes.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
HB05204IntroTo increase the opportunity for nonambulatory residents of nursing homes to visit the homes of family members.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Aging
HB05235IntroTo implement an acuity-based payment reimbursement system under the medical assistance program for nursing facilities.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Human Services Committee
HB05266IntroTo establish a Green Alert system for missing veterans.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Veterans' Affairs
HB05241IntroTo improve enforcement of code requirements in rental properties by restoring the prohibition on rent collection without a certificate of occupancy.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Housing Committee
HB05237IntroTo make a technical change to a provision concerning the Department of Housing.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Housing Committee
HB05248IntroTo establish a task force to study health insurance coverage for peer support services in this state.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Insurance and Real Estate Committee
HB05244IntroTo allow a person who has a valid order of protection to request that such person's landlord change the locks to the person's dwelling unit.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Housing Committee
HB05238IntroTo authorize municipalities to abate up to five hundred dollars per assessment year of property taxes for certain first-time homebuyers obtaining a loan from the Connecticut Housing Finance Authority.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Housing Committee
HB05210IntroTo prohibit the use of noncompete agreements in the blockchain technology industry.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
HB05162IntroTo require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to establish the Learn Here, Live Here program to help graduates of any institution of higher education or certain certificate programs of private occupational schools save toward a do...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
HB05272IntroTo require the Labor Commissioner to conduct a study regarding student interns and student teachers in college environments.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
HR00003IntroResolution Proposing Approval Of An Interest Arbitration Award Between The State Of Connecticut And Local 3419 Of Council 4, American Federation Of State, County And Municipal Employees, Afl-cio.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 28]
To Joint Appropriations Committee
HB05175IntroTo: (1) Expand required health insurance coverage for prescription drugs, equipment and supplies used to treat diabetes; (2) restrict cost-sharing for such drugs, equipment and supplies; (3) require licensed pharmacists to dispense such drugs, equipm...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Insurance and Real Estate Committee
HB05250IntroTo prohibit health insurance policies providing coverage for outpatient prescription drugs, and mental health care benefits provided under state law, with state funds or to state employees, from requiring a prescribing health care provider to prescri...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Insurance and Real Estate Committee
HB05206IntroTo remove impediments to timely financial relief for senior citizens and persons with disabilities.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Aging
HB05183IntroTo prohibit the charging of a fee for a cremation permit for the cremation of a deceased person who was under the age of eighteen.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 26]
To Joint Public Health Committee
HB05208IntroTo allow nursing home residents or their representatives to install electronic monitoring devices in their rooms, provided any roommates agree in writing to the use of such devices and liability for any breach of privacy related to the resident's use...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Select Committee on Aging
HB05227IntroTo authorize the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection and the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to perform joint or concurrent evaluations of grid-side system enhancement proposals, and to provide the department authority to procure ...
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
HB05233IntroTo ensure adequate payment to providers of social services to ensure access to quality care and integrate peer support services for behavioral health into the Medicaid program.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Human Services Committee
HB05211IntroTo implement the recommendations of the working group on a public-private partnership to recruit businesses to the state.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 27]
To Joint Commerce Committee
HB05274IntroTo allow Probate Court employees to be recognized as state employees for the purpose of collective bargaining.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 25]
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
HB05185IntroTo require title protection for nurses.
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2020-02-21
[Hearing: Feb 26]
To Joint Public Health Committee
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