Connecticut Senator James Maroney [D]

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CTSB00002Intro
25%
To: (1) Establish requirements concerning the development, deployment and use of certain artificial intelligence systems; (2) establish an Artificial Intelligence Advisory Council; (3) prohibit dissemination of certain synthetic images; (4) prohibit ...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 29]
To Joint General Law Committee
CTSB00003Intro
25%
To (1) declare the state's policy concerning broadband Internet access service, (2) require certain broadband Internet access service providers to provide affordable broadband Internet access service, (3) require certain fee disclosures and prohibit ...
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2024-02-23
[Hearing: Feb 29]
To Joint General Law Committee
CTSB00005Intro
25%
To support the state's public schools.
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2024-02-21
To Joint Education Committee
CTSB00074Intro
25%
To eliminate application review fees and set a maximum fee of two hundred dollars for the fee for licensure of health care professionals by the Department of Public Health.
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2024-02-21
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTSB00001Intro
25%
To provide adequate care to people with psychotic illness.
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2024-02-16
To Joint Public Health Committee
CTSB00008Intro
25%
To make prescription drugs affordable for Connecticut residents.
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2024-02-15
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTSB00066Intro
25%
To provide funding for a fire rescue boat and a personal watercraft for marine rescues in the city of Milford.
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2024-02-14
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTSB00059Intro
25%
To assist in the recruitment of teachers by lowering the cost of educator licensing fees and charges.
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2024-02-14
To Joint Education Committee
CTSB00004Intro
25%
To protect victims of domestic violence and deter sexual violence.
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2024-02-13
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTSB00046Intro
25%
To (1) eliminate application review fees charged by state licensing boards, and (2) limit the amount the state may charge for an occupational license to not more than one hundred dollars per two-year license period.
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2024-02-13
To Joint General Law Committee
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