Connecticut Representative Caroline Simmons [D]

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CTHB05002IntroTo authorize the procurement of energy derived from anaerobic digestion and to require the Secretary of the Office of Policy and Management to study the return on investment from fully implementing certain provisions of the general statutes.
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2019-05-20
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05004PassTo provide more economic security to Connecticut families by increasing the minimum fair wage.
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2019-05-20
Public Act 19-4
CTHB07200EngrossTo prohibit the sale of cigarettes, tobacco products, electronic nicotine delivery systems and vapor products to persons under age twenty-one.
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2019-05-20
File Number 938
CTHB05820EngrossTo establish a task force to study ranked-choice voting.
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2019-05-20
File Number 932
CTSB01078EngrossTo provide state certification of doulas, Medicaid reimbursement for their services and study the effects of doula services on health outcomes for pregnant Medicaid beneficiaries and their infants.
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2019-05-17
House Calendar Number 619
CTSB00931IntroTo require Care4Kids program payments to be at least equal to the seventy-fifth percentile of the market cost of child care; to require that any increase in funding to child care centers and school readiness program providers are to be used for incre...
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2019-05-16
File Number 898
CTHB05524EngrossTo increase penalties for the sale of fentanyl.
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2019-05-16
Senate Calendar Number 504
CTSB00001IntroTo establish a paid family and medical leave system in Connecticut.
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2019-05-15
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTHB05005IntroTo (1) extend the angel investor tax credit program for five years; (2) increase the aggregate amount of angel investor tax credits that may be reserved annually by Connecticut Innovations, Incorporated from three million dollars to five million doll...
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2019-05-14
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00968IntroTo establish a Military to Machinists job training program within the Labor Department for veterans.
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2019-05-14
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00693EngrossTo 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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2019-05-13
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB07223EngrossTo require safe storage of a pistol or revolver in a motor vehicle.
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2019-05-10
File Number 871
CTHB07134IntroTo allow a passenger who is a veteran, upon presentation of a motor vehicle operator's license or identity card indicating such passenger's status as a veteran, to ride state-owned or state-controlled bus public transportation free of charge.
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2019-05-10
To Joint Transportation Committee
CTHB07008EngrossTo implement the recommendations of the working group on a public-private partnership to recruit businesses to the state.
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2019-05-09
File Number 865
CTHB06887EngrossTo establish a task force to identify high-growth, high-demand jobs and analyze the implementation and creation of partnerships that provide apprenticeship opportunities for such jobs.
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2019-05-09
File Number 864
CTHB07218EngrossTo require the safe storage of all firearms, whether loaded or unloaded, in a home with a minor under eighteen years of age.
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2019-05-09
Senate Calendar Number 472
CTHB07219EngrossTo ban guns without serial numbers and regulate those which are sold in a form requiring the purchaser to finish assembly or that are homemade or 3-D printed.
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2019-05-09
File Number 867
CTHJ00161IntroResolution Proposing An Amendment To The State Constitution To Allow For Early Voting.
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2019-05-08
In Concurrence
CTHB07346IntroTo prohibit the use of the organophosphate pesticide chlorpyrifos.
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2019-05-01
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB07396IntroTo repeal section 53a-70b of the general statutes concerning sexual assault in a spousal or cohabitating relationship and to make conforming changes.
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2019-04-30
File Number 851
CTSB01105EngrossTo authorize the nondisclosure of the names, addresses and identifying information of victims of sexual assault and family violence contained in law enforcement records.
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2019-04-29
House Calendar Number 519
CTSB00827EngrossTo require certain health care professionals who provide primary care or emergency treatment for adults to receive training in recognizing the signs and symptoms of Alzheimer's disease and dementia and to establish a working group to develop recommen...
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2019-04-26
House Calendar Number 504
CTHB06184EngrossTo require (1) the Office of Early Childhood to develop a document concerning developmental milestones experienced by children from birth to age three and information on how to access the Child Development Infoline, and (2) child care centers, group ...
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2019-04-26
File Number 815
CTHB07043EngrossTo specify certain parameters for a room or other location in the workplace that accommodates employee breastfeeding.
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2019-04-25
File Number 810
CTSB00972IntroTo grant access to original birth records to all adopted persons eighteen years of age or older who were born in Connecticut regardless of date of birth.
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2019-04-23
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTHB05003IntroTo establish a paid family and medical leave system in Connecticut.
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2019-04-16
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00957IntroTo include computer science instruction in the public school curriculum, programs of teacher preparation and in-service training programs for teachers.
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2019-04-10
File Number 595
CTSB00060IntroTo require individuals openly carrying to produce their permit if their firearm is visible and if requested by a law enforcement officer.
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2019-04-04
File Number 439
CTHB06185IntroTo expand the regional performance incentive program to include proposals for regional marketing and economic development.
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2019-04-03
File Number 338
CTHB07079IntroTo (1) increase State Historic Preservation Review Board members' terms from one year to three years; (2) decrease the notice period required for notification of a municipal preservation board or a municipality's chief executive officer that a proper...
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2019-04-03
File Number 340
CTHB06603IntroTo require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to study methods that the Department of Economic and Community Development may use to encourage innovation and entrepreneurship in the state.
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2019-04-01
File Number 243
CTHB06890IntroTo establish a task force to study the impact on students in the state of proposed federal changes to Title IX of the Elementary and Secondary Education Act of 1972.
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2019-04-01
File Number 244
CTHB05001IntroTo establish a task force to study workforce training needs in the state.
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2019-03-28
File Number 170
CTSB00419IntroTo prohibit the market manipulation of gasoline zone pricing based on a service station's geographic location.
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2019-03-25
To Joint General Law Committee
CTSB00933IntroTo expand the eligibility of the Care4Kids program to include families with a gross income of up to seventy-five per cent of the state-wide median income and require advance notice of expanded program eligibility.
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2019-03-21
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00934IntroTo expand eligibility in the Care4Kids program to parents who are enrolled in school, in addition to high school, and require advance notice of expanded program eligibility.
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2019-03-21
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00937IntroTo establish a student loan forgiveness program for early childhood educators.
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2019-03-21
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTSB00814IntroTo require each local and regional board of education to conduct a test of the water supply for any school building or facility constructed before July 1, 1986, for the presence of lead.
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2019-03-12
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHJ00131IntroResolution Granting The Claims Commissioner An Extension Of Time To Dispose Of The Claim Of Michael Place.
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2019-03-11
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB07022IntroTo exempt breastfeeding supplies from the sales and use taxes.
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2019-02-28
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB06889IntroTo provide subsidies to students studying in fields related to emerging technologies if such students work in the state upon graduation.
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2019-02-15
To Joint Higher Education and Employment Advancement Committee
CTHB06533IntroTo ensure drinking water in schools is safe from lead.
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2019-02-11
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB07010IntroTo prepare students for 21st century jobs by providing a free, twelve- week online computer coding course through public libraries.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTHB07031IntroTo provide audio access by blind or visually impaired persons to government web sites and public safety notices.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTHB07050IntroTo require health professionals to provide blind and visually impaired patients with information on resources available.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB07011IntroTo encourage businesses to invest in job training to help close the skills gap and prepare workers for unfilled jobs in Connecticut.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Commerce Committee
CTHB07014IntroTo: (1) Make child care more affordable; (2) support more women reentering the workforce; and (3) allow more individuals seeking work to be eligible for affordable child care.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB07049IntroTo improve employment opportunities for individuals with disabilities.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB07030IntroTo prevent health and employment risks when parents can't afford disposable diapers and lose access to child care facilities that require disposable diapers.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTHB07057IntroTo ensure that high-traffic intersections are safe for blind or visually impaired pedestrians.
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2019-01-31
To Joint Transportation Committee
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