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CTHB05372PassTo (1) allow clinical social workers to conduct periodic behavioral health assessments of police officers, and (2) recognize the increased use of clinical social workers by law enforcement units when issuing emergency certificates.
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2022-05-27
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00361PassTo make various statutory changes relating to Probate Court processes and procedures.
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2022-05-27
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05417PassTo (1) provide for (A) more immediate arraignment and services for juvenile offenders, (B) electronic monitoring in certain circumstances, (C) expansion of provisions imposing upon a child special juvenile probation in the case of murder or first deg...
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2022-05-27
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00424PassTo clarify statutory provisions relating to a person having a title interest in real property that is subject to a lien for probate fees.
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2022-05-27
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05469PassTo require a study of the civil procedure laws of this state.
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2022-05-27
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00204VetoTo provide that governmental immunity is not a defense in a civil action for damages to person or property caused by the negligent operation of a motor vehicle owned by a political subdivision of the state.
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2022-05-26
Vetoed by the Governor
CTSB00164PassTo require each state agency to follow any order, denial or decree of a Probate Court that is applicable to a determination made by the state agency, and clarify that a state agency has standing to appeal any such order, denial or decree to the Super...
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2022-05-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05235PassTo provide that the interest period on a plaintiff's prejudgment offer of compromise shall be calculated from the date of the cause of action which is the subject of the civil action.
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2022-05-24
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05236PassTo provide legal protections to architects who voluntarily and without compensation assist public officials in evaluating the safety elements of built environments in the aftermath of a major disaster or emergency.
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2022-05-24
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
CTHB05499PassTo expand the commission's powers to allow for discipline of the Chief State's Attorney upon a finding of misconduct and to preclude prosecutorial officials from holding elected office.
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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
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
CTSB00425PassTo ensure that changes made to provisions concerning sentence modifications in public acts 21-102 and 21-104 are applied to applications made on and after the effective date of said acts for modification of sentences imposed prior to, on or after the...
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2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00440PassTo make various technical changes concerning grammar, clarity and accuracy of internal references and consistency in the general statutes.
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2022-05-17
Signed by the Governor
CTHB05393PassTo make various changes to the general statutes affecting both civil and criminal court proceedings.
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2022-05-10
Signed by the Governor
CTSB00459PassTo establish the Commission for Correctional Oversight, regulate the use of isolated confinement, seclusion, restraints and strip searches, permit greater social contacts for incarcerated persons and increase transparency concerning conditions of inc...
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2022-05-10
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
CTHJ00037PassResolution Vacating Decisions Of The Claims Commissioner Involving Claims Against The State Of Certain Claimants And Remanding Those Claims To The Claims Commissioner For Further Proceedings.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHJ00016PassResolution Confirming The Decision Of The Claims Commissioner Involving Certain Claims Against The State.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHJ00042PassResolution Vacating The Decision Of The Claims Commissioner To Dismiss The Claim Against The State Of K & W Custom Auto, Llc, And Authorizing The Claimant To Sue The State.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHJ00034PassResolution Vacating The Decision Of The Claims Commissioner To Deny The Claim Against The State Of Kimberly R. Rice And Authorizing The Claimant To Sue The State.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHJ00035PassResolution Confirming The Disposition Of Certain Claims Against The State Pursuant To Chapter 53 Of The General Statutes.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHJ00061PassResolution Vacating The Decision Of The Claims Commissioner To Deny The Claim Against The State Of Susan Cardinal And Authorizing The Claimant To Sue The State.
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2022-05-03
On Consent Calendar / In Concurrence
CTHB05472Engross

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To define "consent" for purposes of sexual assault statutes and clarify that sexual intercourse without consent is a crime.
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2022-05-03
Senate Calendar Number 554
CTSB00306Engross

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To make inadmissible statements or admissions obtained through the use of deceptive interrogation tactics.
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2022-05-02
House Calendar Number 547
CTHB05464Intro

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To clarify the value of the homestead exemption as set forth in section 52-352b of the general statutes, as amended by public act 21-161.
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2022-05-02
House Recommitted to Judiciary
CTSB00165Engross

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To provide immunity to a physician who accompanies and assists a state, regional or municipal SWAT team.
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2022-04-30
House Calendar Number 534
CTHJ00023Engross

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Resolution Granting The Office Of The Claims Commissioner An Extension Of Time To Dispose Of Certain Claims.
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2022-04-30
Senate Calendar Number 540
CTHJ00078Engross

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Resolution Granting The Office Of The Claims Commissioner An Extension Of Time To Dispose Of Certain Claims Against The State Pursuant To Chapter 53 Of The General Statutes.
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2022-04-30
Senate Calendar Number 546
CTHB05468Engross

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To establish the crime of harmful communication with a minor.
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2022-04-30
Senate Calendar Number 535
CTHB05210Intro

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To amend the state's Penal Code to specify that forgery of a written instrument includes forgery of any paper or electronic vaccination card or record indicating the date on which a person received a vaccination against COVID-19.
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2022-04-27
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00445Engross

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To require the provision of emergency medical services to an individual who experiences an emergency medical condition or is medically unstable while in the custody or control of a peace officer.
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2022-04-27
House Calendar Number 494
CTSB00458Engross

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To require the Commissioner of Correction to review, evaluate, and make recommendations on the provision of substance use disorder treatment services and mental health services to individuals who are incarcerated.
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2022-04-27
House Calendar Number 495
CTSB00461Engross

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To extend the statute of limitations for the prosecution of crimes committed against the elderly.
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2022-04-27
House Calendar Number 496
CTSR00010Intro

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Resolution Approving The Settlement Of William H. Shehadi, Jr., A Conserved Person, By And Through The Conservator Of His Estate, Albert B. Shehadi V. The State Of Connecticut, Et Al.
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2022-04-25
File Number 625
CTHR00013Intro

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Resolution Approving The Superseding Settlement Agreement In Robert Barfield, Et Al. V. Angel Quiros, In His Official Capacity As Commissioner, Connecticut Department Of Correction.
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2022-04-25
File Number 606
CTHR00014Intro

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Resolution Approving The Settlement Of William H. Shehadi, Jr., A Conserved Person, By And Through The Conservator Of His Estate, Albert B. Shehadi V. The State Of Connecticut, Et Al.
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2022-04-25
File Number 607
CTSR00011Intro

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Resolution Approving The Superseding Settlement Agreement In Robert Barfield, Et Al. V. Angel Quiros, In His Official Capacity As Commissioner, Connecticut Department Of Correction.
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2022-04-25
File Number 626
CTHB05390Intro

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To repeal statutory provisions allowing the Commissioner of Correction to assess an incarcerated individual with the costs of such individual's incarceration.
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2022-04-22
Tabled for the Calendar, House
CTSB00426Intro

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To expand the scope of the state's false claim statutes by removing provisions that limit application of these statutes to a state-administered health or human services program.
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2022-04-22
Favorable Report, Tabled for the Calendar, Senate
CTSB00307Intro

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To (1) increase prosecutorial accountability by (A) providing that the Criminal Justice Commission be an autonomous body, (B) requiring biennial performance evaluations of state's attorneys, (C) requiring adoption and implementation of uniform polici...
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2022-04-19
File Number 519
CTSB00447Intro

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To require a study of the criminal laws of this state.
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2022-04-19
File Number 521
CTSB00460Intro

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To create a release panel for determinations of medical and compassionate release, modify standards used to determine when an inmate may be eligible for compassionate parole release and establish a system for credits to be awarded to inmates toward r...
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2022-04-19
File Number 532
CTHB05211Intro

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To provide that any cemetery association, organized in accordance with the provisions of sections 33-1025 to 33-1047, inclusive, that receives or expends any public funds, as defined in section 7-401, shall be a "public agency" and subject to the pro...
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2022-04-14
File Number 481
CTHB05471Intro

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To require a study of the criminal procedure laws of this state.
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2022-04-14
File Number 501
CTSB00444Intro

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To require a study of the state's civil laws.
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2022-04-13
File Number 451
CTSB00446Intro

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To require record keeping by and impose other requirements upon motor vehicle recyclers, scrap metal processors and junk dealers when purchasing or receiving catalytic converters.
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2022-03-21
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTSB00462Intro

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To consolidate statutory provisions relating to the assault of a public transit employee.
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2022-03-21
To Joint Judiciary Committee
CTHB05467Intro

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To: (1) Ensure that the prosecuting authority, defendant and the defendant's counsel are provided equal access to written reports prepared by a member of a family violence intervention unit, and (2) require that the person who prepares a family servi...
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2022-03-17
To Joint Judiciary Committee
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