Connecticut Representative John Hennessy [D]

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CTSB00120PassTo prohibit the use of chlorpyrifos on golf courses and for nonagricultural use and to restrict the use of neonicotinoids for nonagricultural use.
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2022-06-01
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05278PassTo prohibit an unauthorized intimate examination on a patient who is under deep sedation or anesthesia or unconscious.
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2022-05-31
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00278PassTo (1) define "subscriber" and "video streaming", (2) require the Public Utilities Regulatory Authority to establish a fee paid by subscribers of video streaming, Internet access and cable television, and (3) limit the applicable fee to one household...
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2022-05-31
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00005PassTo: (1) Establish verification requirements prior to the creation of an online dating account, (2) establish the crime of child grooming, (3) create a grant program to prevent online abuse, (4) require domestic violence training for state employees, ...
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2022-05-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05214PassTo require notice of the reason for the closing of accounts.
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2022-05-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05168PassTo (1) require the Office of Policy and Management to develop and provide a form for (A) filing certain tax exemption applications, and (B) making determinations on such applications, (2) specify that payments made by federal, state or local governme...
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2022-05-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05349PassTo require the timely reporting by the police of a death to the next of kin.
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2022-05-23
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05373PassTo establish concurrent jurisdiction with the United States over offenses committed by minors on federal military installations in this state.
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2022-05-23
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05045PassTo implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
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2022-05-23
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00163PassTo prohibit an employer from coercing any employee into attending or participating in a meeting sponsored by the employer concerning the employer's views on political or religious matters.
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2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05205PassTo require towns, cities or boroughs of at least fourteen thousand persons to create fair rent commissions.
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2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05367PassTo expand eligibility for a special registration marker plate for motor vehicles to certain veterans and members of the armed forces.
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2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05414PassTo provide protections for persons receiving and providing reproductive health care services in the state.
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2022-05-05
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05140Engross

Sine Die
To prohibit the hand-harvesting of horseshoe crabs from the waters and shoreline of the state in order to protect the horseshoe crab population.
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2022-04-29
Senate Recommitted to Environment
CTHB05343Engross

Sine Die
To update the membership and change the title of a network serving health and human service needs of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer persons.
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2022-04-27
File Number 673
CTHB05293Intro

Sine Die
To prohibit the use of wild and exotic animals in traveling circuses.
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2022-04-26
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05282Intro

Sine Die
To include the Asian American and Pacific Islander studies in the public school curriculum and to prohibit the collection of disaggregated student data on specific ethnic subgroups unless such student data is required by federal law or collected unif...
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2022-04-26
File Number 632
CTHB05039Intro

Sine Die
To implement the Governor's budget recommendations.
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2022-04-26
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05403Intro

Sine Die
To establish a child tax credit against the personal income tax.
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2022-04-25
File Number 598
CTHB05353Intro

Sine Die
To require certain employers to provide advance notice to certain employees of the employees' work schedule.
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2022-04-25
No Action
CTHB05478Intro

Sine Die
To establish a property tax exemption of ten per cent of the assessed value of primary residences owned and occupied by certain veterans and to provide for reimbursement to municipalities and districts with an equalized net grand list per capita belo...
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2022-04-25
File Number 603
CTSB00117Engross

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To improve transparency and establish standards for the removal of trees and shrubs that constitute an immediate public hazard at state parks and campgrounds.
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2022-04-22
House Calendar Number 438
CTHB05356Intro

Sine Die
To provide essential workers with pandemic pay for their service during the COVID-19 pandemic.
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2022-04-22
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTHB05441Intro

Sine Die
To adopt the recommendations of the task force to study state workforce and retiring employees.
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2022-04-22
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00443Intro

Sine Die
To (1) require additional data to be included in the tax incidence report, (2) require the Commissioner of Revenue Services to provide incidence impact analyses of certain legislative bills or proposals, and (3) authorize the disclosure of returns or...
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2022-04-21
File Number 565
CTSB00118Engross

Sine Die
To discontinue the use of certain polystyrene trays in schools and certain polystyrene containers for food from restaurants.
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2022-04-21
House Calendar Number 420
CTSB00383Intro

Sine Die
To increase the applicable percentage of the earned income tax credit.
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2022-04-20
File Number 540
CTHB05176Intro

Sine Die
To require a study of the powers, duties, benefits and classification of first responders.
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2022-04-18
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00317Engross

Sine Die
To allow striking employees to collect unemployment benefits.
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2022-04-14
House Calendar Number 378
CTHB05261Intro

Sine Die
To increase access to reproductive health care.
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2022-04-13
File Number 467
CTHB05136Intro

Sine Die
To require public institutions of higher education to assess and address homelessness and housing insecurity among students.
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2022-04-13
To Joint Appropriations Committee
CTHB05357Intro

Sine Die
To put limitations on the mandatory overtime required of nurses.
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2022-04-13
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00312Intro

Sine Die
To expand paid sick days and domestic worker coverage.
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2022-04-13
File Number 443
CTSB00314Intro

Sine Die
To protect warehouse workers from quotas that violate their rights and occupational safety and health standards.
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2022-04-13
File Number 444
CTSB00345Intro

Sine Die
To exempt veterans from payment of the fares for state-owned or state-controlled bus public transportation services.
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2022-04-13
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTSB00088Intro

Sine Die
To provide aid in dying to terminally ill patients.
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2022-04-11
Motion Failed (SF)
CTHB05445Intro

Sine Die
To implement policies that promote hiring in state agencies, such as automatically refilling job vacancies and continuous recruitment.
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2022-04-11
File Number 405
CTSB00239Intro

Sine Die
To prohibit the use of certain rodenticides in locations such as state parks and forests for the protection of hawks, raptors and other wildlife that feed upon such rodents.
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2022-04-05
File Number 308
CTSB00423Intro

Sine Die
To require local and regional boards of education to maintain healthy indoor air quality in their schools.
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2022-04-05
File Number 320
CTSB00318Intro

Sine Die
To prohibit an employer from coercing employees into attending or participating in meetings sponsored by the employer concerning the employer's views on political or religious matters.
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2022-04-04
File Number 266
CTHB05303Intro

Sine Die
To permit continuing medical education to include education regarding endometriosis and cultural competency and require the establishment of a plan to develop an endometriosis data and biorepository program.
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2022-03-30
File Number 201
CTSB00284Intro

Sine Die
To provide medical assistance for income-eligible persons under nineteen years of age regardless of immigration status.
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2022-03-17
Motion Failed (JF)
CTHB05033Intro

Sine Die
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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2022-03-16
File Number 23
CTHB05174Intro

Sine Die
To prohibit greyhound racing in the state.
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2022-03-15
File Number 17
CTSB00028Intro

Sine Die
To establish a surcharge on certain taxpayers of one per cent of the net gain from the sale or exchange of capital assets.
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2022-02-25
To Joint Finance, Revenue and Bonding Committee
CTSB00121Intro

Sine Die
To require original equipment manufacturers of digital electronic equipment to provide the owners of such equipment and independent repair providers with an opportunity to diagnose, maintain or repair such equipment on terms that are similar to the t...
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2022-02-18
To Joint General Law Committee
CTSB00096Intro

Sine Die
To allow low-income families with children to receive financial benefits longer and thereby reduce risk of homelessness and negative health and academic outcomes for children.
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2022-02-16
To Joint Human Services Committee
CTSB00087Intro

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To include in the state's calculations of grants in lieu of taxes payments all currently tax-exempt real property, other than houses of religious worship, at the same percentage rate provided for college property.
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2022-02-15
To Joint Planning and Development Committee
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