Connecticut Representative Christopher Rosario [D]

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CTHB06517PassTo implement the recommendations of the task force to analyze the implementation of laws governing dyslexia instruction and training.
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2021-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01059VetoTo (1) establish the Correction Accountability Commission, (2) enhance correction ombuds services, (3) restrict the use of isolated confinement and restraints in correctional facilities, (4) increase transparency concerning restrictive housing measur...
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2021-06-30
Vetoed by the Governor
CTHB06121PassTo require the Department of Economic and Community Development to develop a plan to establish a workforce development pipeline for persons with disabilities.
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2021-06-16
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00891PassTo make the Ezequiel Santiago Foreclosure Mediation Program permanent and to require that certain alternatives to foreclosure be made available to certain mortgagors.
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2021-06-14
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06476PassTo require a disparity study.
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2021-06-14
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01019PassTo (1) require certain training to members of the Board of Pardons and Paroles and to require the board to provide a written explanation when denying a pardon, to streamline record erasure in the case of misdemeanors and certain felonies, (2) waive c...
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2021-06-10
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00842Intro

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To: (1) Authorize the Comptroller to offer health coverage to plan participants and beneficiaries in this state under a multiemployer plan, nonprofit employers and their employees and small employers and their employees; (2) assess an annual fee agai...
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2021-05-26
Moved to Foot of the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00753PassTo provide for the adjustment of population data so as to count incarcerated persons as residents of their last town of residence rather than as residents of the town in which the correctional facility is located.
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2021-05-26
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06229Engross

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To require public institutions of higher education to assess and address food insecurity among students and to increase access to the supplemental nutrition assistance program by eligible students at institutions of higher education.
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2021-05-10
File Number 675
CTHB06620Intro

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To improve student literacy and address issues relating to equity and opportunity gaps that exist in public education in the state.
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2021-05-10
File Number 650
CTSB00127Intro

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To permit electric vehicle manufacturers to sell electric vehicles directly to the consumer.
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2021-04-13
File Number 419
CTSB00146Intro

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To authorize sports wagering, online casino gaming, online lottery and online keno in this state.
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2021-04-12
File Number 395
CTHB06515PassAn Act Creating A Respectful And Open World For Natural Hair.
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2021-03-25
Transmitted to the Secretary of State
CTHB05651Intro

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To allow certain individuals detained in correctional facilities to submit absentee ballot applications and be able to cast an absentee ballot if they expect to be unable to appear at the polling place on the day of any election, primary or referendu...
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2021-03-15
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB05883Intro

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To permit individuals who have attained the age of sixteen years, but who have not attained the age of eighteen years, to vote at elections and primaries of municipal officers and on local questions.
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2021-03-12
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB06187Intro

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To restructure certain taxes to assist in the economic recovery of all state residents and require the Labor Commissioner to make a one-time direct payment of five hundred dollars to individuals who experienced economic hardships due to the COVID-19 ...
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2021-03-11
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB06376Intro

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To prohibit discrimination on the basis of ethnic hairstyles historically associated with race, by adopting what is commonly referred to as the CROWN Act.
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2021-03-09
File Number 24
CTHB06362Intro

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To implement several reforms regarding voting by incarcerated individuals who have not forfeited their electoral privileges.
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2021-02-03
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB06335Intro

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To encourage homeownership.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Insurance and Real Estate Committee
CTHB06334Intro

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To provide medical assistance to low-income residents regardless of immigration status.
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2021-02-01
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTHB06196Intro

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To employ an election monitor for both the municipal election in 2021 and the state election in 2022 in any municipality with a population of at least one hundred forty thousand.
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2021-01-29
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB06101Intro

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To address various issues relating to the Liquor Control Act.
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2021-01-29
To Joint General Law Committee
CTHB05935Intro

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To provide for automatic erasure of criminal records for certain crimes and certain individuals.
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2021-01-28
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB06014Intro

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To establish a Survivors of Gun Violence Mental Health Initiative.
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2021-01-28
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB05813Intro

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To protect distressed municipalities from new sources of pollution while reducing existing sources of pollution for such areas of the state.
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2021-01-28
To Joint Environment Committee
CTHB05663Intro

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To waive recreational marijuana licensing fees for certain persons.
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2021-01-27
To Joint General Law Committee
CTHB05662Intro

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To extend alcoholic liquor serving hours at permitted establishments until four o'clock a.m., upon the lifting of Covid-19 restrictions.
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2021-01-27
To Joint General Law Committee
CTHJ00042Intro

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To eliminate restrictions on a qualified elector's ability to cast an absentee ballot, rather than appearing in person, to vote at an election.
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2021-01-27
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00527Intro

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To provide accountability for individuals engaged in online hate and harassment.
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2021-01-27
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTSB00520Intro

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To provide certain cost-free telecommunication services for incarcerated persons.
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2021-01-27
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTSB00407Intro

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To establish a task force to study and make recommendations concerning issues related to protecting and safeguarding occupants and residents of mixed-use buildings from harm caused by secondhand smoke, especially residents and occupants who suffer fr...
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2021-01-26
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB05256Intro

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To create a municipal energy security authority within the state.
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2021-01-22
To Joint Energy and Technology Committee
CTSB00195Intro

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To expand access to medical assistance for state residents.
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2021-01-22
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTSB00155Intro

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To provide for the adjustment of population data so as to count incarcerated persons as residents of their last town of residence rather than as residents of the town in which the correctional facility is located.
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2021-01-15
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTSB00066Intro

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To prohibit the use of wild animals in circuses and exhibitions.
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2021-01-12
To Joint Environment Committee
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