Connecticut Representative David Rutigliano [R]

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CTHB07248PassTo allow spouses and children of certain members of the armed forces to be deemed in-state students for the purposes of certain tuition charges.
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2019-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07250PassTo require school districts and preschool program providers to include at least fifty minutes of undirected play during each day in order to develop children's social skills, physical development and emotional well-being.
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2019-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06939PassTo allow municipalities to establish cultural districts to encourage economic development and promote tourism.
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2019-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07201PassTo implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
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2019-07-12
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07159PassTo implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07064PassTo change "veterans' service contact person" to "municipal veterans' representative" and to permit volunteers to serve as such representatives.
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2019-07-09
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07394PassTo ensure the confidentiality of certain communications that take place between a first responder and a peer support team member.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07190PassTo extend good samaritan protections to persons or entities that include an opioid antagonist within a cabinet containing an automatic external defibrillator.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07230PassTo improve interpreter standards and access to public spaces for persons who are deaf, deaf-blind or hard of hearing.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07125PassTo (1) require each health carrier to submit an annual report concerning parity for mental health and substance use disorder benefits, (2) require the joint standing committee of the General Assembly having cognizance of matters relating to insurance...
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07306PassTo require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to develop a plan to implement recommendations from the speaker of the House of Representative's Blue Ribbon Commission on Tourism.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00863PassTo prohibit an employer from discriminating against, disciplining or discharging an employee because the employee is a member of the civil air patrol or is absent from work under certain circumstances as a member of the civil air patrol.
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2019-07-08
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06146PassTo expand certification courses in cardiopulmonary resuscitation for lifeguards and education and training courses in the use of automatic external defibrillators and the administration of first aid.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05833PassTo establish a pilot program to expand advanced manufacturing certificate programs offered by regional community-technical colleges to eight public high schools throughout the state.
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2019-07-01
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01052PassTo require the Commissioner of Social Services to expand Medicaid coverage of telehealth services state wide whenever such coverage meets federal Medicaid requirements for efficiency, economy and quality of care.
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2019-06-28
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07291PassTo (1) require the Department of Emergency Services and Public Protection to update school security and safety plan standards, (2) require the department to report on and implement simplified documentation requirements for reporting by local and regi...
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2019-06-26
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06522PassTo permit continuing medical education in risk management to include screening for inflammatory breast cancer and gastrointestinal cancers, including colon, gastric, pancreatic and neuroendocrine cancers and other rare gastrointestinal tumors.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05524PassTo increase penalties for the sale of fentanyl.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05455PassTo allow the state forest fire warden to supplement existing staff resources with individuals who meet certain federal forest fire fighter training and qualification requirements.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06754PassTo require the Office of Policy and Management to reimburse any municipality that purchased body-worn recording equipment during the fiscal years ending June 30, 2017, or June 30, 2018, and paid for such purchase not later than August 31, 2018, for c...
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00570PassTo (1) require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to host a series of regional events advertising the state's opportunity zones; (2) require the Commissioner of Economic and Community Development to study how the state may incenti...
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00607PassTo require the Labor Department and the Board of Regents for Higher Education to jointly establish nontraditional pathways to earning a bachelor's degree through apprenticeships.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00026PassTo permanently allow independent institutions of higher education to create up to twelve new programs of higher learning in any academic year and any program modifications without the approval of the Office of Higher Education.
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2019-06-21
Signed by the Governor
CTHB06927PassTo establish a task force to study Connecticut's debarment procedures and how such procedures relate to other states and title 31 of the general statutes.
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2019-06-18
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01026PassTo (1) eliminate the capital base tax for companies with less than five hundred thousand dollars of net income in an income year; (2) eliminate the cap on the aggregate amount of tax credits and excess tax credits allowable to businesses subject to t...
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2019-06-13
Signed by the Governor
CTSB01100PassTo clarify the elements of the offense of voyeurism.
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2019-06-13
Signed by the Governor
CTHB07349EngrossTo enable identity theft victims to access records in the case of identity theft that would otherwise be unavailable to the victim in the case of a defendant accessing accelerated rehabilitation for the purpose of correcting erroneous information con...
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2019-05-31
File Number 1028
CTHB07298EngrossTo (1) require final determinations on certain permits of the Department of Energy and Environmental Protection within ninety days of the submission of such permit applications, including certain solid waste management facilities and publicly owned t...
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2019-05-28
File Number 1009
CTHB07376EngrossTo specify that out-of-state businesses and out-of-state employees with no connection to the state other than performing disaster-related or emergency-related work in the state shall not be deemed to have established presence or residency in the stat...
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2019-05-24
File Number 996
CTHB05192IntroTo establish a task force to study the role of hospitals in the treatment of individuals suffering from opioid addiction and require the task force to submit a report to the legislative public health committee.
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2019-05-15
File Number 877
CTHB07308EngrossTo require the Commissioners of Economic and Community Development and Administrative Services to develop a plan to implement the recommendations of the telecommunications systems steering committee's recommendations concerning the development of a o...
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2019-05-09
File Number 868
CTHB07261EngrossTo 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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2019-04-25
Senate Calendar Number 408
CTHB06087IntroTo prohibit health insurers from discriminating against individuals on the basis of prior claims for naloxone hydrochloride.
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2019-04-02
File Number 279
CTSB00749IntroTo require legislative approval for the merger or closing of institutions within the Connecticut State Colleges and Universities.
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2019-04-02
File Number 317
CTHB05974IntroTo require the acceptance of certain payments on mortgage loans issued by Connecticut banks and Connecticut credit unions on and after October 1, 2019.
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2019-03-28
File Number 179
CTHB05195IntroTo require the Commissioner of Revenue Services to study the income requirements applicable to the earned income tax credit and the monthly distribution, in lieu of a lump sum payment, of a personal income tax refund resulting from the application of...
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2019-02-28
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05281IntroTo expand the inspection of motor vehicles at emissions inspection facilities.
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2019-02-22
To Joint Transportation Committee
CTHB05699IntroTo eliminate the requirement that income tax be deducted and withheld from pension payments unless the payee has submitted a CT-W4P withholding certificate to the payer.
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2019-02-08
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTHB05182IntroTo prevent sewer authorities from charging sewer use charges for summer water use.
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2019-02-07
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
CTHB06152IntroTo require the reporting of methadone prescriptions through the electronic prescription drug monitoring program.
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2019-02-06
To Joint General Law Committee
CTHB06518IntroTo establish certain guidelines for veterinarians with regard to the discussion of certain substances.
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2019-01-28
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB06153IntroTo adopt an opt-out policy on organ donation and increase the availability of donated organs.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB06156IntroTo ensure the safety and protection of animals in the same manner as provided under New York law.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Public Safety and Security Committee
CTHB05976IntroTo establish a task force to conduct a study concerning school start times.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Education Committee
CTHB06112IntroTo update and reform unemployment compensation law and protect the solvency of the Unemployment Trust Fund.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
CTHB06154IntroTo prohibit the marketing and distribution of samples of opioid drugs.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTHB06119IntroTo apply unemployment compensation coverage to direct sellers.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Labor and Public Employees Committee
CTHJ00040IntroTo begin the process of establishing term limits for Congress.
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2019-01-24
To Joint Government Administration and Elections Committee
CTHB05231IntroTo provide clarity within the cottage food industry statutes.
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2019-01-22
To Joint General Law Committee
CTHB05187IntroTo exempt senior citizens from fishing license fees.
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2019-01-11
To Joint Environment Committee
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